Not getting pregnant after mirena

Many women have reported getting pregnant immediately after have the Mirena removed, and in general the recovery rate for fertility levels seem higher than with injectable contraceptives such as Depo-Provera.
If you are thinking about using Mirena then you will need to consider the possible side effects. Some women report increased miscarriages after having Mirena removed despite having no problems conceiving and giving birth prior to using Mirena.
These include pain, bloating, nausea, sore breasts, mood swings, periods which are not regular, and spotting.

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