hey i was wondering did u have any luck yet. if so how long did it take after removal of ur mirena? i just had my mirena removed on August 1 had a normal cycle on august 16 im ovulating now im regular 28days hoping to be preggo my next cycle is due 9/13View Thread
Hi i just had my mirena removed on August 1,2013 i had my 1st cycle on August 16-21 now im suppose to be ovulating between August 26-30 but i dont have any CM my most fertile days are 26-29 amd the 30th is my actual ovulation day....i need to know in the beginning of my fertile period do my CM be creamy like then as ovulation gets closer do it get eggy also im suppose to be fertile now but my cervix is stilk hard and low......maybe i ovulated earlier than suspected but regardless we still have sex everyday. How many woman had sex and got pregnant imnediately after we are TTC MY NEXT CYCLE IS SCHEDULED TO START ON SEPTEMBER 13th hopefully im preggers....BABY DUST TO ALLView Thread
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