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BFP immediately after coil removal; concern

(6 Posts)
namaste30 Tue 11-Aug-15 21:40:36

Hey. I got a conclusive digital Bfp today, so so so wanted and excited! this is our 3rd and last.

my last period was 5/7 and I took my coil out on the 18th. I think I ovulated on the 24th, due to CM and rampantness ;-)

I normally have a 34 day cycle. I have been having some pains and some cramping. I didn't have that with the DDS. Do i need to consider ectopic? My husband is pretty surprised it happened so quickly.

Are there any problems associated with having copper in my system without it having a 'flush out' first?

Unfairestofthemall Tue 11-Aug-15 21:44:47

I had the same thing I'm now 13+2smile. The only issue I've had so far is dating the pregnancy. Congratulations thanks

Cherryblossomsinspring Tue 11-Aug-15 21:57:45

A bfp is a bfp. You can't get half a one or a crap one from finishing your contraception. Its a pregnancy like any other, I don't think you need to worry. How long since your baby #2? Cramping and pains are totally normal, I'd be surprised if you didn't have them on your last pregnancies. Congrats!

lucjam Tue 11-Aug-15 21:59:11

I doubt there would be issues with copper. As long as there is no bleeding or awful pain i doubt ectopic would be a consideration. Congrats!

nightandthelight Wed 12-Aug-15 12:38:15

The issue with ecoptics is not the copper it's the physical coil itself. You had it out before ov so I can't imagine it could cause any problems smile

Skiptonlass Wed 12-Aug-15 19:37:51

There is no issue with copper. It's not absorbed systemically and there's no flush out needed at all.

If you concieved whilst using the coil, you have a slightly higher risk of ectopic, but this drops on removal. Of course, any pregnancy can be ectopic - if your pain is severe, or you get fever and severe cramping, seek help.

Congrats smile

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