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i have a problem i had my iud for three years and i just had it removed 05/2006 and i wanted to know why i aint become preganant yet, the reasons i took out my mirena because i had a yeast infection when i had the iud inside of me but now that the iud is out odf me im worried because im trying have a baby and im scared i cant have a baby anymore. i have sex every but not when my period is on but i need to know how or what can i do to get preganant after having a mirena iud removed. i would love to have another baby. it just making me depress. what should i do?
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replied September 15th, 2010
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
If you are not practicing any contraception after Mirena removal, then there could be some hormonal or structural problem associated that is not letting you conceive. Visit your gynecologist and get infertility work-up done to see if there have been any major changes after Mirena removal. It will help to know the underlying cause and treat it to help you get pregnant. Get your partner also investigated by getting a semen analysis done to make sure that the sperm quantity and quality are fine to get you pregnant.
Take care.



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