Night sweat effect of Mirena

We have 1372 consumer reports for Mirena. Night sweat effect occurred in 2%.

Patients statistics on Night sweat side effect for Mirena

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Average weight in Lbs
142.37
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Average height in Ft
5′ 6″
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Average age
43
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Mirena Circle Diagram 22 consumers of 1372 reported about Night sweat

  1. Teresa C. Rosales says:
    4.0 rating

    Mirena for Sweat; Cyst formation; Libido disorders; Overweight

    3.5 years ago, 8 weeks after the birth of my son, I had the Mirena Spiral inserted because I definitely did not want to get pregnant again quickly and the hormone spiral was called a very safe contraceptive without the side effects of the copper spiral or the pill , I was really happy with the spiral until a few months ago. Although I still have my period, but not very strong and absolutely regular. That I am sexually absulut on the zero point, I have pushed on overwork, stress, problems etc. Lately, however, I have increasingly suffered from night sweating, weight gain and cysts. This, as my gynecologist once told me, could well come from the spiral, but that was at a time when not every 6 weeks such a monster went off in hellish pain. After I have already given an appointment for the removal (in 3 weeks) since we now want a second child, I’ve dealt with the possible side effects here on the net and have repeatedly come across the same experiences on different pages that coincide with my symptoms. I’m not a doctor, and I’ve pushed all those hormone stories always on my 2 years ago removed thyroid. The values are always in the frame. In my opinion, the causative factor is apparently really the spiral, and hope (especially my husband :-)) that the side effects after the removal will be!

  2. Jeanette D. Vandenberg says:
    4.0 rating

    Mirena for Cycle disorder; Bleeding

    Have now been 6 months, the Mirena. So far every day lubricating bleeding. Cramping, nausea, dizziness, breast tenderness, night sweats and extreme fatigue. This was followed by a 4 cm cyst and three months’ intake of chlormadinone 2mg fem. This made it better. Now I have a bacterial infection with an antibiotic and then with lactofem to help restore ph in the vagina. Against the spotting I take parallel desogestrel first for a month. What can I say. If it does not get better now, I’ll let the spiral go.

  3. 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 !!!

  4. Luella T. Schnieders says:
    3.0 rating

    I am stunned by what I read here and in other forums and groups. 4 years ago, I had the MIRENA placed after swallowing the pill daily for years. I am 41 years old and my gynecologist recommended the spiral and praised her in the highest tones. She would be well tolerated by all and all her patients would be satisfied. On my note, it would also be hormones, she reassured me, the MIRENA would deliver the hormones only locally. The spiral was laid, no possible side effects were given to me on the way, a leaflet I was certainly not handed. Today I know how naive I was. On holiday 2 months ago, I got to know a young woman and we came to the subject of MIRENA, why can not I say exactly today, but on arrival at home, I researched the Internet on this topic. It is unbelievable what I read all about complaints under the MIRENA. – premature menopausal symptoms – hot flashes / sweating – water retention – circulatory problems – dizziness – hair loss – sleep disorders – night sweats – mood swings – depressive episodes – irritability – fatigue / fatigue – weight gain – joint pain – muscle tension – abdominal pain – back pain – digestive problems – vaginal infections – blemishes – Facial hair – dry eyes Almost everything I read has been coming to me in the past 4 years, and I have not had the slightest idea that it might be due to the spiral. I have been walking from doctor to doctor for months, I doubt it myself, last year I have a rectocele removed from the rectum because I can not stand the abdominal and back pain, with the result: digestion works better now, abdominal and back pain remained. Previously unfit for work and taking antidepressants and sleeping pills for weeks due to these ongoing problems. Then I get vaccinated with gynatren last year for 97, – €, because I suffer again and again of vaginal infections and thus my antibodies should be strengthened, with the result: I treat myself with vaginal pills and ointment now, because I’m stupid happen to run to the doctor again and again. Then the annual check-up at the gynecologist, all right, spiral is perfect, my mentioned problems of sweating, sleep problems, mood swings, night sweats and pain all over the body can also indicate a defect and I would like to ask my doctor’s blood to be examined. Result: thyroid, iron, vitamin D, B12, folic acid everything in the green range and 18, – € for the lab paid as non-cash benefit. Then, five weeks ago, I had arthroscopy on my right shoulder to remove an inflamed bursa. Previously, I had been in pain for about 2 years, had been a permanent guest at physiotherapy to relieve muscle tension, had taken painkillers to work, and to sleep at night, I went to the neurosurgeon, who confirmed that my cervical spine was gone intact, but age appropriate and no surgery would be necessary, fortunately. I’ve been to the rheumatologist, with the result: all right, no rheumatism. Today’s current condition: bursa is out, proliferation on the biceps has been removed, everything went well, but … I still have painful movement restrictions. Then I have massive hair loss that has even struck my hairdresser now, I have gained 10 kg in 4 years, I get pain in the joints at night, I sweat as if I was in menopause, I am moody and irritable and have Therefore I have more and more stress with my husband, I am tired and beaten during the day, but can not sleep at night, I have a bloated face in the morning, in the evening swollen fingers and water retention above the ankles, I have facial hair growth, that I shave myself daily like a man, I have dry eyes and treat them with eye drops and I have blurred vision, have had me to do a progressive lens, which also does not really help me and the optician said that I was still pretty young for a lens with Nahverstärkung. The fact is that I let the spiral go and I hope, hope, hope that I will eventually go better and I find a suitable for me hormone-free contraceptive method. I found a Swiss company on the internet selling a cycle computer called Daysy. The information sounds pretty promising, but I’m pretty undecided as to whether it makes sense at my age just before menopause.

  5. Kazuko D. Penning says:
    4.5 rating

    I let the spiral set after the birth of my second child and was always satisfied. Now that I’ve had the spiral after 5 years, I thought, I’ll just check what’s on the internet about the Mireana and it’s like dandruff from my eyes. All the side effects, which are listed again and again, I’ve pushed on all other causes than on the spiral. Since I’m almost directly from the pregnancy symptoms / Stillsymptomen without interruption switched to the spiral, I did not notice directly that I still suffer from hot flashes, headaches, weight gain, night sweats, complete loss of libido, fatigue and especially sleep. By now my children are not sleeping by only me. Everything makes sense. I went directly to my gynecologist 3 days after the change and asked for removal. He also did this at my request. He would have told me earlier that all these problems that I have can be traced back to the spiral. But I never got the idea to talk to him about it, because I am not self-pitying by nature and have tried to cope with it myself. Now I hope that after 8 years I will finally be able to sleep in peace and finally I will not be completely sweaty before I arrive anywhere. My husband also hopes for a returning libido. Actually, I only mourn the bloodless time, that’s a luxury. I did not have any bleeding at all.

  6. 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.

  7. Krista E. Dietrich says:
    3.0 rating

    Mirena for Endometriosis

    extreme night sweats dizziness nausea joint pain pain in the right side of the neck heart stomping tachycardia panic attacks constant fatigue decreasing efficiency constipation weight gain ear noises tremors of the hands strong freezing deterioration of vision Word finding disorders forgetfulness Loss of libido