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I had my iud mirena (levonorgestrel) removed sept 14 and have been trying to concieve ever since with no luck my period is irregular so its difficult to track my ferti?

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Wait a bit: The lining in the uterus is very suppressed and thin- it may take several months to become more normal. Some patients have ovulation suppressed by Mirena (levonorgestrel) as well and it can be a few months to recover- may need "fertility pills" to help this happen sooner.

Answered 6/30/2014

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Anovulation: An irregular menstrual cycle can be a sign of anovulation. If you are not ovulating consistently, pregnancy will be difficult to achieve. You can do home ovulation testing with a kit, or see a physician for lab work in the second half of the cycle to test for ovulation. You may need medication to improve your chances of success.

Answered 11/2/2015

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