Trying To Get Pregnant After Jadelle Removal

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a Says:
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Hi there, I was wondering if anyone can help me. I had jandelle in for 3years. Had it removed in june 2016. Been trying to get pregnant. I have been told it can happen right away. But nothing yet? Is there something wrong with me?



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Verwon Says:

No, but it can take several months for your body to balance your hormones back out on its own, so that you begin to ovulate, according to the NIH.

Other withdrawal effects, according to the U.S. FDA, may include irregular cycles for a few months, headaches, and irritability.

Have you had any luck, yet?

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a Says:
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No luck yet. My period are irregular. Every 19 days now ive had it removed. With jadelle it use to be every 28 days.

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Nyanya Says:
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Hi, i had jadelle in for 3yrs and i removed it a year ago but i still can't conceive yet. What should i do?

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Rosemary Says:

I got my jadelle removed December 4th, 2017 after staying with it for 3 years. My last period was 5/01/2018. I am due for my periods around the 6th of February but for about 2 weeks now I have been having very bad cramping, nausea without vomiting, slight headaches and dizziness. I took a hcg test yesterday and the result is under 5. Please help.

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Joy Says:
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Hi, i 'm 36years old.I got my jadelle removed June 28,2017,after staying five years and is difficult for me to get pregnant,Please help me to have a baby.

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Mimi Says:
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Re: Joy (# 5)

I've had mines in fo 3 years got it removed in March saw my menstrual 2 weeks later then the next month I was pregnant

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tbsss Says:
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I have jadelle for five yes is it possible to get pregnant in a month after removal

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