So Since My Last Period Me & My Partner Have Been Having Sex Every Other Day As Recommended, Well Every Time We Have Intercourse, I Go To Use The Bathroom & There's Always A Light Pink, Like Discharge Is This Normal After Having Mirena Removed A Month Ago, After Having It In For 2 Years?View Thread
So i had been on the Mirena IUD for just over 2 years i took it out the 26th, of January. I just started my period the 14th of February, & me and my partner are looking to conceive as soon as possible, I have no clue where to go from here, when to try, the best days to try or anything. note this is the first period I've had in over 2 years so I don't know how permanent my cycle is or even what it is. I really need some good advice, & don't really have time to waste. Please & thanks. View Thread
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