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Hi all. I have an 11 month old baby girl who was conceived three weeks after getting Mirena removed last Feb without having a period after the removal. I then had a new Mirena put in after she was born (Dec) and had that one taken out end of August. I had what I thought was a period from Sep 20-27, Clear Blue Easy ovulation kit said I was peak fertility on Sep 6. I didn't get any fertile days on the digital test in October until today? I thought my period would be starting today, so I'm so confused. Has anyone ever had those tests show peak fertility 45 days apart? Thank you in advance for any advice!
The only thing I can think of is maybe your body geared up to O but then didn't, because it was coming off of the Mirena. It's possible you didn't ovulate last time, and you are gearing up to O this time. I have no idea, but I know bodies can be screwy after coming off BC
Thanks guys. I was on Mirena for 5 years the first time, and since I didn't have a period before getting pregnant last time I have no clue when my cycle is anymore. I got another 'peak fertility' reading this morning in the Clear Blue Easy test so I'm guessing the one in early September was wrong. I'm also wondering if what I thought was my period for the week in September was just bleeding from getting Mirena out a month earlier. Hopefully I will actually ovulate this time and get to a regular schedule - or better yet get pregnant! Thanks again.
Last edited by KH79; October 21st, 2013 at 11:35 AM.