Aggressiveness effect of Mirena

We have 1372 consumer reports for Mirena. Aggressiveness effect occurred in 4%.

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Mirena Circle Diagram 53 consumers of 1372 reported about Aggressiveness

  1. Mary J. Fikes says:
    4.5 rating

    Mirena for Sleep disorders; Mood swings; Libido disorders; Acne; Cycle disorder; A headache; Pain (acute)

    I am shocked and do not even know where to start writing … I had Mirena put on after the birth of our third child, because I put special emphasis on the safety of contraception 🙂 headaches and bleeding over half a year, it started. Then one after the other came: bad mood, mood swings, Ausraster where I stand partially off and wonder about myself. I almost always have abdominal pain and the libido is not only zero, but really moves in the minus area! Then it went parallel with pimples in the face (is getting worse !!!) And sleep problems continue. Now night sweats were added. And so hard that I have to change at night. The spiral has been in it for only a year, but seen a year too long, because I had no fun in life at the time. Next week the thing will come out irrevocably !!!

  2. Mary E. Oliver says:
    4.0 rating

    Hello … my first HS I have 3 years well tolerated. Then it started so bad with breast tensions that I was super sensitive and could not even push my kiddies anymore. I then had her out in the summer of 2004 and tried half a year with a contraceptive pill. Unfortunately, I did not tolerate that, so I let my HS use again in December 2004. Had total pain … even days later. In the first time it was then quite well … until I realized after almost 2 years that I was just tired, broken, etc. I then tried to regain control of vitamins. It gradually came more and more: hypothyroidism, thyroid surgery, tinnitus, dizziness, restlessness, sadness, neck complaints, sinus surgery, depression, aggressiveness, constant bleeding, moodiness, abdominal pain … etc. Then I ran from doctor to doctor and was allowed to listen to the most amazing things 🙁 Then my L-Thyrorin had suspected that it was too high doses, but it was not because my lust for life was now almost at the zero point. Since yesterday the Mirena is out and I hope that it will be better now.

  3. Glenda A. Obregon says:
    4.0 rating

    Never again Mirena !! When, after about 4.5 years, I happened to bump into Mirena more or less by chance on the various forums and posts about Mirena, it struck me like scales from my eyes !! I made an appointment directly with my FA and the culprit was drawn just over a week ago. Since then, the following has changed in my life (Thank God very quickly or immediately and hopefully permanently): 1. Constant urination — I had pushed on my two births, thought: great, half incontinent with late 30 — after Pull: OFF !! 2. the feeling of being at least 90 years old, if still alive: WAY !!! 3. Lack of energy, felt burn-out, everything too much, everything exhausting — I had pushed on overwork because of children / work, although I was always aware that my work is actually to create or should be — WAY! ! 4. super-dry skin on the face and on the head: is beautiful to have my soft skin given back … wonderful !! 5. foul-smelling discharge, always having the feeling that I stink and have to take a shower: OFF !! 6. increased hair growth (especially on the chin and on the legs) — I can not judge yet. 7. Aggressiveness, the non-acceptance of physical closeness, often zero in people and sociability (to go to kindergarten alone to pick up my daughter cost me every time a huge overcoming): OFF !! 8. I also always had a funny feeling in the mouth … very strange + disgusting … also feels much better, but I can not yet 100% on the Mirena push … 9. My stomach !! My waist !! I went to FA last summer because I was 100% sure I was pregnant … but I was not. I had almost constantly (at least emotionally) a belly like in the 4./5. Month. — PATH!! 10. Constant diarrhea — not yet resolved, but I also have hope here :-)) 11. Deteriorated vision because of too dry eyes — not yet resolved: – ((Mannoman, I feel like new born and I’m especially mad at me, because I’ve done it without batting an eyelash, I think my side effects appeared after about 2 years, before it was okay It’s all the more appreciated that it makes you happy again after such tiring and bad times when you do not even know what’s going on with you, like many of you, I ran to the doctor because I did too thought I was sick for sure but thank goodness not the case !! I can only say: NEVER AGAIN HAPPY HORMONE FOR ME !!!

  4. Barbara A. Haynes says:
    4.0 rating

    Hello, I’m 29 years old and have a 10 year old son. Shortly after birth, a copper spiral was used, which also slipped and was quickly removed. Then I got the Mirena spiral and believe me, the last few years have been the horror. Just recently I have looked at the leaflet online and reviews from other women. I’m horrified what the pharmaceutical industry is doing with us women. I have to say, the more disciples you are, the more the body may endure certain things. Over time, the following side effects gradually came to pass: headache, pelvic pain, aggressiveness, sexual aversion and severe depression, as well as suicidal thoughts and extreme loss of memory. For 3 years I run from doctor to doctor and partly believed that I soon completely lose my mind. Now I am probably in a phase of development in my life where changes are taking place and I am trying to find causes for all these health restrictions. I was looking for a new gynecologist (who is really gorgeous) and I had an almost one-hour talk with her, telling me that there are these side effects and many women are also responding to the mirena. Since yesterday the Mirena is out and I’m curious what will change in the next time in my body. I definitely advise against the Mirena that these insidious side effects are enormous.

  5. Willie T. Tristan says:
    3.0 rating

    Had the Mirena got used on the advice of my doctor. I gave birth to my son 2 months ago. was not such a mild pregnancy. had been struggling with mild depression and insomnia. but when the Mirena was in it, it came again and again and often before my period to panic attacks. at night from sleep with tachycardia, nocturnal sweating, anxiety, sleep problems gastric mucosa inflammation swollen lymph nodes, skin dryness hair on the chin, pimples which hurt on the neck area and aggressive moods.

  6. Toni N. Martin says:
    4.0 rating

    – severe pain (pulling to the leg) before, during the rule and days before and after ovulation – depressive moods (irritability, aggressiveness) – oily hair and skin – tachycardia (throbbing in the head) and thus insomnia (once 3 days at a time ) – Inflammation in the pelvis – frequent outflow – hardly any menstrual bleeding (only brown, tough discharge)

  7. Ethel D. Cruz says:
    4.5 rating

    Mirena for Polymenorrhoea

    In December 2008, I was the Mirena laid because I was due to increasingly frequent heavy menstrual bleeding at the end. The laying was uncomfortable and it bleeded and smeared for several weeks. Then everything happened. Hardly any more rule, no more complaints. But: no desire for sex, tachycardia, anxiety, aggression, night sweats. But I have not pushed on it because I had not read these reviews. Then in October ’09 again and again strong abdominal pain. In November control at Gyn. The shock, spiral slipped, so out and under beastly pain again purely. The absolute hammer, 2 days to bed. Since the pain, bleeding, exercise is almost not, then the rest of the day again, severe pain and bleeding. I think I’ll get that thing removed, that’s not how it works. I prefer to quit smoking and take back the pill, which I actually reject because of the risk of thrombosis. All I can say is, if your doctor does not believe everything, I feel like 9 out of 10 women are satisfied, I can not believe it anymore.

  8. Ryan N. Balderas says:
    4.5 rating

    It started with rash. After a few weeks, hot flashes, aggression, depression, acute respiratory distress, loss of libido, anxiety, 10 kg of weight gain and various other side effects were reported. It was not until I had to take the pill because of a slight permanent bleeding and the symptoms increased a lot on me since I have become a different person since Mirena. The doctors wanted to put me down as mentally ill and prescribe me antidepressants. Now I am 4 days free Mirena and I am getting better every day! It was really a bad time.

  9. Jennifer F. Miles says:
    5.0 rating

    Hello. I’m pretty shocked what I read like that. But somehow also relieved. I thought I was crazy. Have now my 3rd Mirena. October 2013 last exchange. I found the laying even though I was childless not too cruel. But it was not great either. I am 35 years old and wanted to reliably prevent 4 years for career reasons. So it was not OK to let the Mirena lay again. I have managed so well with the Mirena for the last 10 years. That was bomb. ONLY THAT NOW! In April I suddenly had complaints, nausea, howls, depression, sweating, sleeplessness, aggression, fatigue and at the same time restlessness and meanwhile I hate to visit somebody, water retention (up to 4kg), panic attacks, chest pain, migraine attacks etc. per month approx 25 days of pain with a huge, swollen hot bosom. Normally, I am active, facing others, very laid back, enterprising, physically fit. NIX out of the end. Was at the family doctor got a blood picture done. All values are great. Thyroid is also great … No need to worry. Then I am on gyn. Due to falls in the lungs, or rather slimy, bloody disgusting secretions, with back pain and abdominal pain. Conclusion. At the end of May, I was diagnosed with a cyst on the left ovary, but it was already dry. So died by itself. Estrogen excess – body thinks he was pregnant was the statement of the doctor – may happen again, but does not have – na primmmmmmmaaaaa – then breast examination. Two cysts discovered. For mammography but only for safety. Had to cancel 2 appointments, because I have only breast tensions and can not even say when they come and go. In the last two Mirenas I had a very reliable. Cycle. And never bleeding. Now in July I have the same symptoms again – I’m fed up. Tomorrow morning I have an appointment to move. I want to be myself again and not hormone controlled. I’m glad if this thing is finally out. Contraception must then somehow go differently – that settles already. Until October 13 I would have recommended Mirena to everyone and there are plenty of people who get along just fine. I thought also 10 years. It was also like that … but you change yourself too and at some point the body suddenly says NÖ! I started to hate this thing in me …….By the way, GV is not to think at all, because I have absolutely no desire. In the head sometimes, but that’s gone very quickly, because I feel completely stressed out of all this. In addition, since the last use little secretion still exists. So furztrocken … So from tomorrow a hormone-free life – jihaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa – I’m happy. Dorina

  10. Shawanna C. Gates says:
    5.0 rating

    So girls, after I’ve finally noticed that the HS can be responsible for my complaints, I would like to describe my experiences with Mirena here: I have in 2007 the first Mirena and 2012 set the second. The onset was rather little painful and good to endure. Now, I have gradually changed over the years! I am joyless, aggressive, have mood swings, suffer from anxiety and panic attacks, fast tachycardia, digestive problems, dizziness, hot flashes, headaches, back pain, my breasts are so sensitive that you can hardly adjust them and the desire for sex is completely gone! I would never have associated the Mirena with it, but then I got severe abdominal pain and constant bleeding. My gyn was currently on vacation, so I could not get an appointment right away. After a while, it was less and I thought: Ok, then everything is fine again! But then it started again and I once entered Google: Bleeding despite Mirena! Then I came across the various forums and must say: I WAS RELATED! It was as if the women’s reports came from me! I could virtually class myself with all the side effects described! I could not believe it and then I’m gyn. Diagnosis: uterine infection! … basically, this was still missing to complete the list of side effects! I told him that I fear the Mirena is responsible. He said that he would not believe that, not even the other complaints. I told him that it does not matter if he believes it! I believe it and that’s more important! I could not let the Mirena because of the strong inflammation on this day. Had me for a new appointment. Unfortunately I could not comply with this because of dizziness and panic attacks (basically strange! Can not fix the cause, because the complaints do not allow it) and now have the appointment for pulling today. I would never recommend anyone to the Mirena again! I would never have dreamed that she might possibly be the culprit of my problems! I thought I was absolutely psycho and needed therapy 🙁 I seriously thought of going into psychiatric treatment to return to normal life, I hope … and believe …. that my complaints So, to everyone who might be thinking of having an HS inserted! Stay away! Any other method of contraception is better !! Vg, Nicole

  11. Martha K. Cotton says:
    5.0 rating

    I have Mirena on recommendation of my gynecologist three months after the birth of my daughter used. Had previously prevented with a hormone rod in the upper arm. And before that, for years, the minipill was taken. After the onset had almost 8 months to do with spotting and back pain. Then everything was okay. Until about half a year, chest pain, constant back pain, sometimes stronger, sometimes weaker, loss of libido, over time weight gain 6 kilos in total, are abdominal pain last week, digestive problems, constant fatigue, fatigue, strong feelings of aggression, anxiety, sweating, permanent headache, Dizziness …. and and at the moment I do not remember what to do. The constant fear and the inner restlessness are unbearable. I have made an appointment today with the gynecologist and will let me pull the Mirena. the appointment is only on the 24th must see if I can get any homoeopathic remedies. Nice for the women who tolerate Mirena. Through my many searches on the Internet, I am convinced that I am not one of the women who tolerate Mirena. If my gynecologist had better advised me on the side effects at the time, I definitely would not have opted for Mirena!