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Spotting dizziness, fatigue, nauseous. Removed Mirena, done HPTs. Possibility of pregnant?

I had the mirena taken out on May 1st(had it for about 2yrs). I had a period from may 4-7(normal flow for my periods). I have now been spotting for 2 weeks enough for a pantyliner but only when i wipe, it started out as brown and then pink, then red, and kinda rotates in those colors, it only lasts for a few hours. I should have had my period June 1-4. I have taken HPTs and they were negative. I am nausous alot anymore, smell of food turns me off, dizzy, fatigued and my boobs look bigger. Could a I be pregnant or is my body trying to get back to normal?
Asked On : Tue, 3 Jul 2012
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Hi, thanks for using Healthcaremagic.

After removal of mirena, usually cycles take 6 months to get regular. With mirena there will be very minimal changes in body hormones, so your symptoms are may not be due to this.

But chances of pregnancy are there, needs to be ruled out.

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