The copper coil acts by making the lining of the womb unreceptive for a baby to grow. This effect ceases immediately after the coil is removed.
The likelihood of conceiving in your situation is low but possible. This is more so also because of the fact that in a woman with regular cycles the week before her expected periods is usually not a fertile time. However as you have missed your periods, the best alternative at present is to do a urine pregnancy test to know if you are pregnant or not.
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