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Had mirena removed, took plan B, had sex, missed period, bad cramps. What do I fear?

hi i had my mirena removed on 12/1/12....i took plan b that night cuz me and my husband had sex the night b4 it ws removed i had a period right after it was removed on that following monday and it ended saturday 12/8/12 i havent hadd a period since but for the last 2 weeks i have been having really bad cramps but no period......we are using condoms now is this a noral thing for my body to be doing this????
Asked On : Sun, 27 Jan 2013
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Cramping may be a symptom that ovulation is taking place. Sometimes the menstrual cycle is delayed, and instead of menstruation, ovulation is still taking place, giving rise to cramps but no period. The period follows two weeks after ovulation, and this may be accompanied by other symptoms like constipation and gas.
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