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Old Oct 9th, 2017, 18:08 PM   11
JennP
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Getting it inserted was definitely worse. I did feel it coming out though. It was like a pinch/ pull. Still waiting on my first cycle since!



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Old Dec 5th, 2017, 18:40 PM   12
ja14
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Hey, all.

I'll be getting my IUD out soon, but I've been having trouble deciding when I should schedule a removal. There's so much conflicting stuff online!

I'm a full-time student and I'll be graduating Dec. 2018. So in an ideal situation, I would have a Jan. 2018 baby. (I already have one child, so I know what it's like to be pregnant, have a child in school, etc. It's what's best for our family & our timeline!)

That means, we would ideally conceive in early April. My first pregnancy, we got pregnant on the very 1st time, but I know that's not "normal." I also wasn't on any birth control and tracked my cycles closely. I had cycles that lasted between 35-48 days, alternating between shorter and longer (ex. 35,43,37,48,38,43,etc.)

It seems for some people, removal triggers ovulation the following weeks, but some people report miscarriage due to thin uterine lining. I wouldn't want to risk that!

I also don't want to wait an entire cycle to ttc, and then have 50 day cycle.

If anyone has any insight, I'd love to hear



 
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