If yours get worse or lasts more than a month, it's time to check in with your doctor to make sure it hasn't moved or become displaced.
If you do wish Mirena to be removed so that you can get pregnant your usual level of fertility is expected to return after it is removed.
And if you want to get pregnant, you can have the IUD removed at any time.
If the IUS fails and you become pregnant, there's also a small increased risk of ectopic pregnancy.
And am also trying for a second child Fingers crossed, I want to get pregnant as soon as I can Posted over a year ago - Reply.
All bisphosphonates must be taken at least an hour away from food and two hours away from calcium, vitamins and iron.
This book has helped me with SO much, but especially to understand the hair loss issue.
My periods were always regular and never bad PMS.