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Doctor insights on: Increasing Fertility After Iud Removal

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When will my menstrol cycle be regular after IUD removal? 

When will my menstrol cycle be regular after IUD removal? 

Depends on the IUD: If you had a Mirena (levonorgestrel) iud your cycles should resume whatever they were doing before it was placed, in only a few weeks after removal. If your cycles were regular before they should be that way again shortly. If you had a copper t iud, your cycles were not affected by it and they will not change with the iud removed. ...Read more

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Dr. Khurram Rehman
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How long does it take to stop bleeding after an IUD removal?

How long does it take to stop bleeding after an IUD removal?

Depends: If it was copper incorporated iud you may have some bleeding for few days and you stop but you will get your menstrual cycle when you are due. If it is hormone incorporated iud like Mirena (levonorgestrel) you bleed few days from removal of iud (3-5) days but then you have hormone withdrwal bleeding for few days after iud removal which may last fdor 3-5 days. ...Read more

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How long does it take to get preganant after an IUD removal ?

Fertility returns: Fertility returns almost immediately after iud removal. In clinical trials pregnancies were seen as early as 7 days. ...Read more

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Can someone explain a hysteroscopy for IUD removal? What will they do & how long will it take?

A camera: That means they are putting a camera into your uterus. You probably lost the string or it broke and they need a better look to pull it out. How long it will take depends on what they see, but it usually not more than 30 minutes for this. ...Read more

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I will be having an IUD removal sometime this month how soon after this happen my i come out pregnuant and have a health baby?

Soon: You can become pregnant right away; I have a relative that was conceived even though mom had an iud in place; there are many factors involved; there is no "protection" period after the iud is removed. ...Read more

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Is it possible to have IUD removal during a non-gyn emergency?

Is it possible to have IUD removal during a non-gyn emergency?

No: EM physicians will not generally do elective procedures like IUD removal in the ED. There are just too many patients and too many unknowns in the waiting room coming in via EMS to do something like that. However, if you go to a small ED at a time when there are few patients, the doc MAY do it for you, but I wouldn't plan on it. ...Read more

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How much bleeding to expect and for how long after IUD removal in postmenopausal woman?

Mild for week: Once your iud is removed, expect light bleeding or spotting for up to a week afterward. Heavy bleeding is not normal following iud removal, and may indicate complications. ...Read more

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How soon after paragard IUD removal (nov 20) can I conceive?

How soon after paragard IUD removal (nov 20) can I conceive?

Immediately: Iuds do not have an extended contraceptive effects after they are removed and you are susceptible to pregnancy in the same cycle the iud was removed. ...Read more

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Surgery for IUD removal in 2 weeks because it is stuck. How common is this? Will conceiving again be a problem?

Common: While it's not super common, it does happen. Typically women who have this issue don't have any problems with conception thereafter. You can ask your surgeon when they perform the surgery if there's evidence of any scar tissue? Scar tissue or inflammation in the pelvis can be associated with infertility. But having to have laparoscopic removal of an iud doesn't typically cause any problems. ...Read more

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I just had a pap and IUD removal. The doctor said my pap was abnormal. Is this because of my mirena (levonorgestrel)?

Not necessarily: While IUD may induce some inflammation and affect the PAP result, the nature of the abnormality is not known from your message. Was the PAP tested for HPV? If not you may wish to find that out. Depending on the severity of the abnormality you may be just followed, referred for colposcopy or treated for inflammation, depending on the results. ...Read more

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