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Trying to concieve. Got Mirena removed. Had bleeding, periods. Ovulation period?

I am a 23 year old female. I would like to have another child. I got Mirena taken out sept. 27. I bled three days after for 3 days so saturday, sunday, and monday. I just had a full blown period from the 24 to the 28. When would be the most likely time to ovulate if my cycles are 25 days apart. Is it safer now since i have had a flown blown period and my lining has thickened up?
Asked On : Thu, 1 Nov 2012
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May 2013
Thanks for the query.

After removal of intrauterine device it will take some time for regularization of cycles and for returning of ovulation.
Some women may ovulate as early as 2 weeks after removal and some may take loner period.
So as you started your periods you better track the ovulation in the month either by natural methods like cervical mucus method or ovulation kit.
Usually in case of regular ovulatory periods of 25 days duration ovulation is expected to occur around 11th day.
You plan unprotected intercourse around that time which will increase the chances of pregnancy.
Take care.

Answered: Thu, 8 Nov 2012
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