How much does it cost to get an IUD mirena (levonorgestrel) removed?

Depends. It depends on the type of clinic you go to. If a clinic is using sliding fee based on your income, you may get a generous discount if you are not a full pay patient. Private practices and obgyn offices who don't operate income based programs will charge you full price, which will be in range of $150 to 200 if no more as they will charge you for the visit itself.

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My wife currently has a Mirena (levonorgestrel) IUD and going on the 6th year. She is already 34 and healthy. What are the chances she can get pregnant if we plan after 2-3 years if she gets her IUD removed now?

Depends. A IUD is a device for contraception. It basically creates a hostile environment for a fertilized egg. Once it is removed fertility should return immediately. However your wife is now 6 years older! It is known that female fertility declines with age, just why unsure. That can probably be dealt with better by non medical interventions-I.e. Candle light dinner, great music, listening to her, etc. Read more...
Depends. Has she been pregnant before? Are her menstral cycles regular? Did she ever have any vaginal infections? Do you have a normal sperm count? Lots of couples have kids in their 30's, even 40's, but even in 30's fertility for both starts to decline. My suggestion: don't wait. If you have trouble conceiving you'll have more time to try when younger. 34 is likely more fertile than 38 for both of you. . Read more...

Can u get pregnant right after mirena (levonorgestrel) IUD removal? I got it removed 4 days ago and now I am bleeding could it b my period coming that soon or?

Unlikely, but..... You can get pregnant immediately after removal of an iud, depending where you are in your cycle. That being said, if you are only 4 days post removal, it is too early to check a pregnancy test. Additionally, your periods may be irregular just after removing the Mirena (levonorgestrel) iud. I recommend you wait a week, then check a urine pregnancy test. Best of luck! Read more...