I just had my paragard taken out and I missed my first period after I had it put in I was scared I might be pregnant again. My dr sent me to get an ultrasound and everything was fine. My periods were so irregular with the paragard but I never once had a pregnancy. I hope this helps.View Thread
I had my Paragard taken out and am not actively trying to get pregnant. Before the paragard I had regular periods and while having it my periods were very irregular almost the whole 8 years of having it in. Did anyone else expirence this and if so when did your period return to normal or how long did it take for you to get pregnant. Is there anyone that has had the paragard nearly as long as I have most everyone I have seen has averaged about 3 years. Thanks ladies!!View Thread
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