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#1 of 9 Old 09-05-2011, 05:06 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I don't really have an answer other than wait and see, but from personal experience, I usually have 3-4 days of fertile CM before I actually ovulate, so if you DTD CD12, then didn't ovulate until day 16 or 17, you are probably fine.


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I wasn't checking my cv regularly before


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how long had your IUD been in place?

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9 months?

My period is due tomorrow, tests still negative.


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Mirena can screw up your cycles for a little while after it is out. I had periods every two weeks, then just spotting, then really long cycles. Eek on the falling out! I was always a little worried about that. If it's been 13 days, you're likely to test positive by now if you were pregnant, but definitely should by tomorrow.

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I would guess that the level of hormone secreted by the IUD would have made your endometrial lining unreceptive to an egg this month.

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My Mirena fell out too, but I never really got regular periods while on it. Your cycle probably wasn't regular? About 2 months after mine came out (I had it in starting 6 weeks postpartum, then for about 1.5 years) my periods came back and were perfectly on schedule.


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Massive ovarian cyst was causing the lack of periods. 


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