Mirena for Contraception treatment

We have 1372 consumer reports for treatment of Contraception with Mirena. Contraception used in 3% of cases.

Patients statistics on Contraception for Mirena


Average weight in Lbs

Average height in Ft
5′ 6″

Average age

Mirena Circle Diagram 37 consumers of 1372 reported about Contraception

  1. Cheryl D. Charles says:
    5.0 rating

    Mirena for Contraception

    I have the mirena since June 2016! Since then I only have problems. My skin has deteriorated in the face very much, even on the arms I get small pimples (with the pill was never) sweat odor under the armpits (I had never) and constantly pain on the right sometimes to the knee! (and several times a month) Was therefore also my FA because of these symptoms! She said that’s not the spiral finished with me. Strange that I had all these symptoms only when I was in the spiral. I am very much thinking of having them pulled back if not even my doctor takes me seriously and does not help me. The only positive thing I can say about the spiral: do not forget to take it like the pill and the rule is missing.

  2. 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): /

  3. Dorris J. Grisham says:
    5.0 rating

    Mirena for Contraception

    After the insertion of the Mirenaspirale it came with me for 7 to 8 months to bleeding around the entry around, the menstrual period was weaker but unpleasantly prolonged (about 10 days). Due to a thrombosis during my last pregnancy, the pill was out of the question and my gynecologist told me to keep it up for at least 1 year. After 8 months, the bleeding had disappeared, the menstrual period was much weaker than before Mirena and I had no convulsive back pain more (as before the spiral). Meanwhile, I live with the spiral for 10 years (now the second one) and I am very satisfied. No pain during the rule, almost no menstrual period. My prescriptor assumes that she had prematurely come into menopause because of the spiral. Whether that is so, I can not judge. I myself will be 50 this autumn and have no menopausal symptoms. Remark: Incidentally, I also had an ovarian cyst (frequent side effect of Mirena), but thank god it disappeared. No pain during the rule and almost no bleeding is just great, so I highly recommend the Mirena on. But I also take the artificial hormones in purchase (pill is in the point but not better)

    Side effects: Menorrhagia; Between bleeding