With my 2nd, I bled a lot in the first month or two. The doctors told me that it's normal as long as it's not bright red or you're insanely crampy. If I didn't know I was pregnant, I would have thought it was my period, at least during the first day it happened. They said it was probably happening because of my kids being so close in age, they're only 15 months apart, so I was pregnant with my 2nd one when my 1st was 6-7 months old.View Thread
I had mine out in October, they also told me I could be pregnant my next cycle. It's now nearly March and still no baby! It'll happen when it's meant to I suppose, but still discouraging. Came out no issues at all, got my first AF a week or so after getting it removed and it was SUPER SUPER heavy and got clots as well, so don't be afraid if this happens to you, it sure freaked me out! Good luck on the baby making View Thread
Hey everyone! Hubby and I are trying for baby #3!! So exciting, praying for a boy this time around!
I had gotten Mirena placed after having our 2nd daughter, she's now 20 months old, our older daughter will be 3 in just a couple of weeks. I got it taken out in October, no luck in another pregnancy just yet!
I love being a momma, and all the ladies out there who have been trying for a long time, trust me, it's well worth the wait!!!View Thread
I just had my mirena out on wednesday, my period is really heavy and painful, even getting clotting, is this normal??? I can't seem to find anything online about periods after getting it taken out =(View Thread
Hello all!! My hubby and I just decided to start trying for baby number 3!! So excited! I had mirena placed after our second, and just got it out on Wednesday, Started AF late Friday night! After she's gone, we're going to get to work View Thread
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