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Removed paraguard. No periods yet. Negative pregnancy test. Have pregnancy symptoms. What is wrong?


I am 33 years old . My last period was 3/17/13. I had a para guard iud removed 3/27/13. I have a 27 day cycle and have yet to start my period as of today 4/21/13. I have taken 4 pregnancy test all negitive. I am not trying to conceive. I have two children 11 and 9 and a HPT showed I was pregnant at that time. I currently have many pregnancy symptoms and have yet to start. Can you tell me what could be wrong?
Asked On : Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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hi.. you have got removed the intrauterine contraceptive device and waiting for the period.. i think you havenot used any type of contraception after its removal.. return of fertility is very fast after its removal.. if your urine pregnancy test is positive, then definitely you are pregnant.. see your obstetrician in any case.. all the very best.
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