Irritability effect of Mirena

We have 1372 consumer reports for Mirena. Irritability effect occurred in 5%.

Patients statistics on Irritability side effect for Mirena

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Average weight in Lbs
156.18
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Average height in Ft
5′ 6″
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Average age
40
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Mirena Circle Diagram 71 consumers of 1372 reported about Irritability

  1. Phyllis D. Urso says:
    4.0 rating

    Mirena for Breast span; Aggressiveness; Pain (acute); Hypermenorrhoea

    I’ve been using the Mirena 6 weeks ago because of excessive period bleeding. The onset was not so painful, but the three days after that were marked by abdominal pain and I had the feeling that I had a stone in the uterus. Since then, I have chronic bleeding as a medium-strong Mens (not the predicted spotting). Libido rather stronger, but with this bleeding it would not be better. Very aggressive, irritable, contentious. Breast slips: The cup size went from D to E within a few days, no bra fits anymore. Just putting on and taking off a bra is a pain. Touching is definitely not. I’ve had dizzy spells since then – but it can also be due to blood loss. A kind of permanent piercing in the abdomen, whether I’m walking, sitting or lying down. Like with a knitting needle from the inside. I had that from the beginning and unfortunately did not go away. I’ll let this thing go again. Strong period, however, is a walk! By the way: a friend of mine is after 5 years of Mirena already in depression, chronic fatigue syndrome and arthritis, all diseases that allegedly have no causes.

  2. Antonia T. Johnson says:
    3.0 rating

    Mirena for Menstrual complaints

    I am glad that I am not the only one. When I was used about 2 years ago, the Mirena, I had a huge pleasure with it. I started a new job, had a new husband and my FA thought this contraceptive fits exactly in your new life! Great! , I thought so. I have to say that five years ago I had tried various hormone supplements for contraception (various pills, nuvaring, …) as well as to alleviate my menstrual problems (severe, very painful menstrual period). The same side effects always occurred. And my FA always told me that I’m imagining them all. So I was glad when it said that the hormone spiral only releases hormones locally and the rest of the body is not burdened. I was well prepared with vaginal tablets to soften the cervix. The insertion itself hurt me terribly. It was a strong pain inside that caused nausea – indefinable. For two days I had a dull ache. The spotting bleed quickly and meanwhile I had no mens left. Every day I needed a bag of magnesium, otherwise I had abdominal cramps. Well – it was nice, you did not have to worry about his prevention and the absence of the mens was a nice side effect. The abdominal cramps could be handled very well with magnesium. My side effects occurred slowly. I am always very tired, choppy and moody. In addition, I got back pain, which was accompanied by constant headache. The headache in turn triggered dizziness, visual and concentration disorders. Loss of desire of 120% – I would like that my friend only hugs me and if he comes too close to me, I immediately go goose bumps and feel tense. Terrible, is not it ?! Oh well. I did not associate all of these symptoms with Mirena. Why? Local hormones do not do anything. I had my entire body checked, seeking advice from alternative medicine practitioners, TCM practitioners and physiotherapists. Finally, everyone was at the end of their knowledge. I was healthy, but felt terrible. As if I would miss my life. The last few days everything was much worse than usual – at some point, my friend has expressed the suspicion that he suspected these symptoms behind Mirena. I was dumbfounded, I did not want to believe it. But then I googled and found hundreds of testimonials. Reports from women who have had a similar experience as me. Our decision was quickly fixed – appointment at the FA and out with the killer thing out of my body. Yesterday I had the appointment and when I made my decision, I first had to hear that I would probably suffer from depression. The spiral probably does not have much to do with my condition. I did not give up and now she is out. Short, severe pain – accompanied by nausea. Everything is different today. I’m crazy, just eat chocolate and do not know where I’m missing. Maybe already Hormonentzug? I wish and expect that the next months will be better for me and that I will find my way back to myself. Never again do I leave foreign hormones in my body. That’s for sure. My intention is not to maul Mirena here. No. I know women who are doing well and who are comfortable with her. That’s a good thing – but everyone has to find their own way in this area.

  3. Jeffrey M. Ward says:
    5.0 rating

    Mirena for Aggressiveness

    My 1st Mirena I have after the birth of my son lay and was synonymous with no problems with her. There were no difficulties when inserting and not in the entire gestation period, I felt positive that there was hardly any bleeding and if , then the matter was done in 3 days. The 2nd I left, without questioning, because I have them well tolerated, after the birth of my daughter insert. Puh-the insertion was painful and for the rest of the day I had a lot of pain (like putting an umbrella in my stomach) in my stomach and back, I could barely stand up, let alone walk. With a slight headache It started and spread to irritability, constant fatigue, sexual listlessness, but also listless and impulsive in everyday life, greater appetite aus.Ich got not only hair loss but also gray hair. About 1.5 years ago, I have the Mirena removed, meanwhile, I am in psychological treatment and can also equal to the divorce process. I am not only 20 kg heavier, but also in essence very changed; I have always been a positive and happy person. I can only guess that the choice of contraceptives should be carefully considered!

  4. Barbara J. Wang says:
    4.5 rating

    Mirena for Mood swings; Cyst formation; Hurt; A headache; Pain (acute)

    Hi Guys! I can not believe what I read here !!! Today Google I breast tenders Mirena and then I come across this page. Thought it was not the hormone spiral. Just as my gynecologist has told me that the Mirena is not responsible for breast tenderness and certainly not for mood swings and slight irritability. Now I understand. I have the Mirena 4 years ago and 10 Montaten use and my gynecologist has called me no side effect. Sure, at 22, it always sounds good if you do not have to think about contraception for 5 years and you will not get any menstruation! And that the Mirena acts locally and does not pump the whole body full of hormones. Calculated on the years, the Mirena is also cheaper, she told me. Why should I ask synonymous because of side effects if it all sounds so great! Since I was young and stupid I must confess honestly. The insertion was not so painful. She has given me a remedy that widens and stuns the uterus. So it was just unpleasant pulling. Have spotting every month and often take 5 to 7 days. During the annual examinations she often told me: So it is very rare that the women who wear the Mirena regularly have menstruations or spotting. (Nice for the majority of these women) In the ultrasound, she also often found a cyst on the ovaries, but 90% of them disappear by themselves. So the cause of abdominal pain found. Never had cysts before !!! Then she prescribed a gel for breast tenderness. She could have smeared that in her hair, too. From month to month, the pain in the breasts is more and more and they are hot, hard and riiiiiesig and there are nodules to feel. My friend already asked me why they are so riiiiiesig? He is rarely allowed to touch them because they are very sensitive. I would only be interested in how much profit per Mirena jumps out at the doctors. Because of my impure skin, I was also the dermatologist and prescribed me again anoint, detergent, etc. for treatment and he said it was the conversion of the contraceptive. Well, this is almost 5 years ago and it is still the sameSo if I count the drugs for the impure skin and the gels for the breast breakdown together, then I have saved myself in contrast to the pill at all! On the contrary!! I’m glad if I get pulled in 2 months and I’m curious how life feels afterwards! 😉 Greetings Dani

  5. Kathryn R. Navarro says:
    5.0 rating

    Hello! Was 25 years old when inserting the spiral. Almost never ill, no complaints, do not smoke, do not drink, athletic. No children. At first everything went pretty fast. No more mens, no longer having to worry about contraception, etc. After a few months, I was very irritated, stressed, restless. Had lively nightmares and hot flashes. Later, extreme palpitations followed. After a few months, it was accidentally found by a blood test that I suffer from Graves’ disease, a form of hyperthyroidism and autoimmune disease. I’m pretty sure today that the Mirena has contributed since her part. My gynecologist advised me then vehemently from a removal of the spiral and denied any connection with the disease. About 2 months later, bladder infections started. Soon I received antibiotics prescribed monthly. No improvement. No reason was found. I had unexplained pelvic pain, breast tenderness for several days which made it impossible for me to sleep on my stomach, never-ending yeast infections. I was advised with my friend to have no oral sex and anal sex, normal intercourse only with condoms and after each GM to swallow a single dose of antibiotics. ???????????? I’m sick! That’s a problem and not a cause fight! I will let me remove the Mirena, despite the remorse of my gynecologist. It is an offense on the body of every woman! Too bad I had to make these experiences …

  6. Ina B. Stromain says:
    4.5 rating

    Hello, I’m a real stone from the heart, after I read here from the many testimonials and mine are so very similar! Pro for Mirena is the lack of menstruation and the elimination of troublesome pill intake. Unfortunately, the list of the Contra is much longer. Massive hair loss, fast-drying hair, pimples, irritability, restlessness, tachycardia, digestive problems and the worst of all the enormous weight gain (18kg). My breasts are swollen from 70c to 85d and always with tense pains like milk after breastfeeding. But not only the breasts are like the end of the pregnancy and my stomach now looks like I’m 9 months pregnant. I eat very healthy, do sports but the weight is not significantly reduce. My baby bump is stuck. In the summer I was often asked when it was so far (birth). That made me so insecure that I let myself be tested for a brotherhood. My friend has since left me he was tired of my eternal irritation. Then I must mention here that I am only tired, which I attributed to my sleep disorders, for which I could find no sustainable explanation. I’ve always had the suspicion that it might be related to the spiral, but all the physicians I interviewed said it was always negative. On the contrary, I always heard the opposite, the spiral has a positive effect on the skin, hair and the aging process of a woman. On Friday I have the appointment and I will free myself from Mirena lasting! I wish I had found this site here rather nice, then I would have spared a lot of suffering. I was able to move my new partner to a vasectomy in August. Now only sperm light is available and I can finally get rid of this monster! Never again!

  7. Florine J. Bridwell says:
    3.5 rating

    Hello, I did not tolerate Mirena and my gyn pulled her back after 1 year. Bleeding periods were normal and headache, irritability and sexual desire too. BUT I also lost weight, even though I ate like a barn shredder I have never had. Eat what I wanted and I have lost weight 🙂 Now I take the pill again and everything is the same (unfortunately have my old weight again but everything else is good again)

  8. Willie R. Saville says:
    4.0 rating

    For about 3 years I have or had the Mirena. For at least a year, I am desperate for many health problems. I thought until a few days ago I was a hypochondriac –_ – It started with chest pain and pressure on the chest and on. I immediately thought of heart because occasionally arrhythmias came to it. When that was then ruled out to the spine. There was nothing to worry about. Well it took then so .. but always had this fear. Worst of all was the feeling of not being able to breathe properly. Meanwhile, I have 7 kg increased, but no eating habits changed. I look totally bloated, have blemished skin, aching hands and can be irritated very quickly. Libido equal to zero, sweats, altered body odor, circulatory problems that I never had before collapse! By chance, I came across reviews on the net and recognized me immediately! Yesterday I let her go and immediately was my breathlessness and that sting away! Never again Mirena:

  9. Angela C. Pauls says:
    4.5 rating

    The laying of the spiral was very painful! I almost fainted. At first, it was great to stop bleeding. There were spotting, abdominal pain, fluid retention in the uterus, vaginal dryness, libido, extreme irritability and mood swings. This in turn led to conflicts in the partnership. I felt more and more like robbing me of the best years of my life! Constantly wearing a panty liner for fear of not being able to hold the water. I felt like 80! Creeping more and more things came to it; Anxiety, headache, depression !!! The bad thing is, I’ve thought for years, it’s up to me, although I did not know myself like that! Also I never got a leaflet to face. Now this thing has been out for a year and those miserable conditions are gone! Thank goodness Libido is back, but there is a year of hard partnership work behind me! Girls, listen to your body and do not let the doctors persuade you that everything is OK! Is not it! And depression is not funny!

  10. Nadine R. Canales says:
    4.5 rating

    Mirena for Contraception

    NW: panic attacks, hot flushes, extreme nausea, heart rhythm disturbances, sleep disturbances, depressive mood, irritability, aggressiveness, visual disturbances, loss of appetite, taste and smell went away, libido was zero, the feeling of being constantly energized, digestive disorders, PMDD, muscle tension, constant Fatigue and weakness. The fact is: AFTER the removal all NW were better or disappeared completely. Quality of life is restored !! Mirena is NOT ONLY LOCAL, as many doctors advertiseMirena robbed me of 9 years of my life! More infos in hormonspiralenforum or on fb. 1000s of women with the same NW do not conceive of them (as doctors often say): /

  11. Debra R. Myers says:
    4.0 rating

    Today, after 2.5 years, I let the Hormone Spiral redeem me. Had I not had a girlfriend who also had negative experiences (extreme hair loss, loss of libido) with the spiral, I probably would not even have come to the conclusion that some ailments are related to it. At first I was more irritable than usual, impotent, and tears quickly rose in my eyes (for example, reading obituaries of obituaries, reports on television). But I have dismissed this with normal everyday stress and ignored. My girlfriend noticed these changes in her nature and she spoke to me because she recognized her own situation in it, so I became alert and began questioning things. After wearing contact lenses for 15 years, even in the pregnancies, complaints began in May. My hard lens had to be replaced after only 1.5 years, because such a lubricating film of lipids and fats had formed that the lens was useless. At the moment I did not find that questionable, even though my life span was up to 4 years. Only when my eye had ruined the new lens after only 6 weeks, I became suspicious. I have worn 2 hard lenses since inserting the Mirena on one eye 2 and on the other. My then gynecologist denies a connection. The ophthalmologist said that hormonal reasons can certainly be responsible for this. So I belong since then again to the spectacle wearers, which of course after such a long time first again a change. In many situations in which I had otherwise responded in a sovereign manner, I was easily irritable and aggressive. I was not nearly as strong as before. In the last few months, my libido has dropped to zero. No sexual initiative left me, which of course made my husband pensive. Especially since my period has completely failed (the only plus) and so yes I could have actually anytime. I have also noticed the following changes on my body, but they did not occur permanently: pimples on the scalp, headache with nausea, strong feeling of tightness in the breasts, besides, I simply can not control my weight anymore. I have been practicing the same sport for years, which used to help me to compensate for the sins of the weekend, but for quite some time now nothing has happened on the scale, even if I had eaten little on the day before. I have confronted my gynecologist with my complaints. He has somehow waved off, my complaints would be too unspecific, as that could make a connection, certainty would exist only if the thing would be out. Quote: maybe it’s because of the cuts that you have in the evening, or the cold cuts you drauftut and they are getting older. I’ve had some bad experiences with Implanol a few years ago, where I was also dissatisfied with the way my gynecologist handled it, but still stayed. Only after months of tormenting (Dauerschmierblutungen) turned out at that time, the hormone dose in the pen for some women probably not enough and I had to first take 1/4 pill later 1/2 pill in order to adjust the whole. I felt like a guinea pig. But now the measure was really full. Today I was with another doctor, who showed much more understanding and gave me the impression that the inventions of the pharmaceutical industry are beyond any doubt. The part is definitely out and I feel good with this decision. I will observe my body closely in the near future and will certainly then also determine what the Mirena has done with my body in the last 2.5 years, which I may not even be aware of. There may be women who can handle the spiral well, but you should just be alert and listen to your body. Maybe the Mirena is not responsible for all the problems, but in the future I can be sure that if I have complaints, they will not be controlled by any artificial influences.

  12. 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)

  13. Rebecca C. Olson says:
    4.5 rating

    I’m almost 37 years old, I had a child and I had the Mirena implanted 7 days ago. Tomorrow I have an appointment to let her go again (I think that says it all). I had a Mirena right after the birth of my son, which is now almost 9 years ago. At that time, I had no blatant side effects. At some point I let her get rid of me because it bothered me that I felt the ovulation always very strong and painful and generally the whole hormonal cycle-up-and-down. I just did not know that I had a proper cycle at all, because I always took the pill before pregnancy. So I let me remove Mirena about 6 years ago to take my old pill again. Unfortunately, that went totally wrong. I had water retention, inflated breasts and my mood was literally howling or I got really aggressive inside. I then tried 3 different pills. The last pill I then discontinued at some point involuntarily because my luggage for 3 days on vacation did not arrive and I had the pill in the suitcase. Suddenly I realized how much better I was. It was as if I had been wrapped in a gray cloud before and only when she was gone I noticed that correctly. So I’ve come to terms with the fact that I do not seem to get along well with additional estrogen intake, even though it was never a problem before getting pregnant. Then I had a copper spiral set. The insertion was not bad at all, it was done during the period and actually everything was fine until last week (and I’m maddened to have changed anything at all). After 4 years of copper, I seem to have become a bit cocky and thought it would be nice to have no great period for a change. I have a relatively short cycle (sometimes only 25 days) and it annoyed me to bleed for a week, then just 2 1/2 weeks rest and then again from scratch. So I thought, I treat myself again the Mirena, turn off the cycle and have 5 years a fun life. Now to my experiences with the 2nd Mirena: the removal of the old spiral and the laying of the Mirena was again completely unproblematic. The cramps after that were harmless (about like harmless rule pain, but I also had my rule). The next day I felt a little struck, like wounded, just very vulnerable. So I allowed myself some rest, after all, it’s still an intervention in the uterus. The same day headache started and my whole neck and jaw were hard and aching. Besides, I was so tired that I fell asleep in front of the TV at half past 10, I was off. On the 2nd day I could hardly move to anything (even though I had fallen asleep very early). After my son was at school, I immediately lay down again, I just could not keep my eyes open. I was totally impotent, almost paralyzed and somehow totally absent. Everything was too much for me, too exhausting, totally pointless … I felt increasingly tense, had the feeling of not being able to breathe, not being able to breathe properly, had a lump in my throat as I spoke, I felt whiny and overwhelmed the normal life. Of course, I was wondering if anything was bothering me, if I had stress, but it was NOTHING. I also noticed quite quickly that my eyes were burning (as if they were hot inside) and I could barely look right. Especially when I was sitting on the monitor, the picture almost blurred and I could hardly concentrate on what I was reading , Every day, the whole thing got a little worse, I froze, then I sweated again and then came to nervous restlessness and palpitations. On the 4th day after the onset of the Mirena I was so impotent and depressed (I can not say otherwise) that nothing went at all. I could not make any more decisions (for example, what do we want to eat?), So I was totally overwhelmed, irritated and just wanted to be quiet. At some point I found myself (as if looking from the outside) curled up on the bedside rug again, with a blanket over my head. I was just totally desperate because of NOTHING. Only a day later, it took only a tiny Anranzer of my husband that I almost strangle him (metaphorically) with his bare hands. I was so incredibly mad at him (it was just about where the phone is!), That was really scary. I saw myself from the outside and knew I was overreacting, but I could not help it. AND FIRST DA it fell to me like dandruff from the eyes: that must be hormonal (that’s how I felt last year with the pill and then never again). Last night (ie

  14. Doris C. Austin says:
    4.5 rating

    I let myself use the spiral 3 years ago, the gynecologist said she was better than any pill. After the onset of long lasting bleeding. After about 2 years, only once a year ne small spotting bleeding. But after 2.5 years, the abdominal pain was more, the Ärtzin always meant everything ok. The abdominal pain was always present except for a few days. Unfortunately, too. After almost 3 years, I was often sweaty at night, awake and got panic from the tachycardia. I was afraid to die, that’s how it happened. Everything is ok with the cardiologist. The tachycardia was getting worse and the panic attacks, anxiety became more, it dragged on for months, fatigue and irritability are the order of the day one is only weak and one is dizzy (CT in order) blood levels ok thyroid ok and the weight gain despite Eating under observation is inexplicable. Now it has been found out, it is the Mirena side effects that have now occurred. The spiral comes out now. My side effects in one sentence: palpitations & amp; Rhytmus Disorder (L-ECG), Dizziness, Fatigue, Irritated, Lower Abdomen & amp; Chest pain, weight gain, anxiety & amp; Panic attacks, sweating (circulatory problems)

  15. Karen R. Hutton says:
    4.5 rating

    After 5 children I wanted a longer-term contraception where I did not have to worry too much, my gynecologist recommended to me the hormonal spiral Mirena since these 5 years, more or less, with no side effects, it would be very well tolerated and the hormones would Targeted only in the uterus and that very minimal, the body would not be as burdened as with the pill. I trusted my doctor and was looking forward to the very painful start to not having to do this to me now for 5 years and now I no longer have to worry about contraception, I was always healthy fit sporty and full of zest for life. The following side effects gradually appeared: Tinitus, insomnia, lack of concentration, tiredness, dizziness in all variations, weight gain, abdominal pain, bleeding, palpitations, nervousness, stressed, restlessness, depression, headache, headache, irritability, listlessness After three years I have I can not stand the side effects anymore, when I could not get out of bed for a whole day because of all the dizziness, I told myself NO that it really is not worth it, so I decided to have them removed. Unfortunately, I can not recommend them.Hormones are hormones whether in the pill or on the spiral who does not tolerate them should keep their hands off, so I for my part b Stay with the condom.

  16. Karin B. Varner says:
    4.5 rating

    I had the Mirena for 7 years. Actually, she should go out after 5 years, but my gynecologist said, as long as she sits well, she can continue to prevent violent bleeding in front of the spiral (she has) and can remain quietly, to prevent me, I should additionally protect myself with condoms , The entire first year I had bleeding, sometimes more, sometimes less, then hardly any bleeding, which I found very pleasant. But – about 4 years ago, the first time hot flashes occurred, again and again I was groundless bad mood or irritable, nervous, impatient (all before no character traits, which I had attributed to me) and since last summer, I had several times before panic attacks, flicker the eyes, shortness of breath, and since the last three years always different back and shoulder pain. All this I would never have attributed to Mirena without reading this report. I have had countless examinations and treatments with the various medical specialists behind me – without result. no conspicuous blood values, no noticeable inflammatory values, no noticeable X-ray or MRI images (back / shoulder) – and my psyche would now also be described as completely in order ;-). Since Monday, the Mirena is out, about two hours after removal have used light bleeding, which last until now (Thursday), but I have no pain. Conclusion: To prevent the Mirena was great. Whether she actually caused the other problem -? I’m curious if the other symptoms improve … and will report again.

  17. Martha D. Padilla says:
    4.5 rating

    Have today after 10 years, the MIRENA on the advice of my new gynecologist remove. After my pregnancy in 1998, Mirena was recommended to me by my gynecologist at that time, insertion was without any problems, no bleeding was very pleasant, after 5 years then (2003) the obligatory change, all big and small complaints I pushed until summer 2007 on too much work ( I am self-employed and certainly had too little time for myself). In the summer of 2007, my Odysee began: only months of sleep + sleep disorders, listlessness and thus naturally irritability, lack of concentration, etc. It got a bit better in the autumn by reducing the workload, in the spring of 2008 I had a very tight schedule and somehow I had to go through it all. In April we started with blurred vision and vertigo, until then I could not go shopping (at the cash register) wait, was like standing on a staggering ship) and finally in July with the absolute feeling that now I cant to land at the neurologist. In the brain everything was fine, blood in order, thyroid in order, diagnosis also logically by my family doctor burn-out. That was certainly partly it, but now I have reduced my work many times over the past six months, the financial pressure as well, I have a lot more time for myself, do at least 1 hour of sport a day in the air, meditate, do that 5 Tibetans, do not drink coffee anymore, etc. At the same time, since 2006, for no real reason, I have gained 15 kilos. All stress-reducing measures have worked in part, but not completely, the last few months I’ve got panic attacks when more than 100 people in the room, heart arrhythmia and tachycardia, tingling on the feet, diffuse anxiety, cotton wool in the head, etc. Have it all almost pushed to menopause and then decided to change my old (even in real life old) gynecologist and I went to a fresh from the university doctor. Today. After I told her all that and she has really taken 40 minutes, came from her the advice to remove the Mirena (actually, it would have been the time to change again and my old gynecologist would have certainly used me again a new, the do not deserve because bad and at least I paid 2x paperless). She said that she already had three women with similar diagnoses, diffuse, variable symptoms, all of whom had the mirena, and who were getting better after removing them. If this has been the puzzle for the last 2 awful years now, I can advise anyone who is aware of any changes after the onset of MIrena to pay close attention to themselves. I’m supposed to wait three months for what and how things are going to change, but after reading a series of testimonials I’m convinced that there’s a connection with me.

  18. Angie J. Potter says:
    5.0 rating

    Hello to all the compassionate women out there! I have let Mirena over 1 year ago, because I forgot the pill again and again after two pregnancies and the period was very annoying. The laying of the spiral was very painful. It took almost 10 months for my cycle to stabilize, until then bleeding again and again. Only now, for the third time in a row, is my period accurate to the day, or a slight pulling and smearing, hardly worth a panty liner. I read here reports that could have come from me, about side effects that I have kept to myself, because my husband could not hear it anymore and which, as already described here, was not confirmed by the doctor, except the very bad skin, there is apparently the Mirena according to my gynecologist, known. My husband already thinks I’m crazy. I do not dare to mention anything that bothers me. As mentioned. I’ve never known what a pimple is, since the onset of Mirena I look on the face and on the back like a crumb cake, that I find so repugnant! Now in the summer I do not dare to wear something open. The other day at the outdoor pool with my children, I did not even want to take my T-shirt off because I felt like everyone was staring at me! I struggle with my weight, it is not much, but the 3 kilos do not want to go away. I have been starving for almost 2 months, but more than 1 kilo does not want to leave! In addition, my family suffers because I am very irritated, I constantly go for trifles in the air, it annoys me somehow everything! I have not kept crying all those years, now I could cry for any word I do not like! I hardly sleep, wake up constantly, sweat a lot, also smell unpleasant, that I did not know. My urine smells like I eat asparagus every day and my hair is not just half way down, they are dull and ugly. All this affects my married life, as I do not even think it’s nice to be kissed by my dream man, because I’m afraid he might want more, since the desire for really everything is gone. My life is someone else’s, I can not explain it, but somehow everything has started the last few months .. I will remove the spiral in 4 days and hope to wake up from the nightmare, so that I can finally be the mum and wife again can I was a year ago! All the best to all the others and I hope that women who are in the process of making a spiral learn more about it than I did!