So, I had my first child in 2005 and decided to get a Mirena IUD in 2007. I had it removed in November 2010 because we wanted to try to have baby #2. Well, no such luck yet. Any one else having a problem getting pregnant after having an IUD? I got pregnant with my first child while on the pill and not trying, so I didn't think trying to have a baby would be so hard. Getting frustrated every month!View Thread
I know how you feel! I had my Mirena IUD taken out in Nov. 2010. We have been trying since January and nothing yet. I got pregnant with my daughter (1st child) in 2004 when I was on the pill and not trying. So, I thought if I actually tried to have another one, that it would be easy. Starting to get frustrated, since my friend just announced she was prenant and they just started trying! Hoping July is my lucky month!! ;0)View Thread
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