Mirena for Endometriosis treatment

We have 1372 consumer reports for treatment of Endometriosis with Mirena. Endometriosis used in 1% of cases.

Patients statistics on Endometriosis for Mirena

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
150.92
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Average height in Ft
5′ 7″
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Average age
43
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Mirena Circle Diagram 13 consumers of 1372 reported about Endometriosis

  1. Catherine R. Burges says:
    3.5 rating

    Mirena for Endometriosis; Pain (menstruation)

    In November 2015, I had the Mirena babble on, as my gynecologist said to have discovered endometriosis. After more detailed explorations in the circle of acquaintances I learned that with the ultrasound this mucosal proliferation is not necessarily recognized. However, I had already used the coil at the time and had to fight after an allergic shock in the full-nose even with severe bleeding and abdominal pain. This was followed by spotting and strange labor-like pains until January. Also in other experience reports named breast pain and hair growth on the chin were added. The complaints were dismissed by my gynecologist but as abdominal pain, with which I was referred to the internist, but found nothing and also said that my complaints would sound like menstrual pain. In order to initiate the rule since the end of the spotting odyssey, I still got chaste tree, which changed nothing after two months on the condition. Oh yes, and a support pantyhose was also prescribed to me, as he would recommend such slender dainty women like me for the circulation. I found myself in some experience reports again and am appalled that behind this Mirena seems to be a big pharmacy business. This also resulted in research on application forms of the corpus luteum hormone. The constant stimulus on the cervix has more effects on other parts of the body than expected. In spite of fear of repeated anesthesia (to which I reacted so badly), I am thinking about having the spiral removed again and, as before, using the condom to prevent hormone-free. Maybe that’s why I react to the Mirena with severe abdominal pain, because I had little contact with other hormonal contraceptive methods in my 31 years of life and was careful with any medication before. As far as I read here, women were more likely to tolerate the Mirena, even if they had been taking the Pilla for years. I will continue to follow the topic and look for reviews.

  2. Carol E. Duncan says:
    4.0 rating

    Mirena for Endometriosis; Hypermenorrhoea; Pain (menstruation)

    insidious side effects. Over time, complaints arose that I did not initially associate with the Mirena; Joint pain numb feeling and tingling in the hands stuffy nose mood swings heavy sweating chest pressure stomach problems nausea water retention weight increase dry skin and hair increased hair growth on the face cysts on the ovaries temporarily severe abdominal pain without clinical findings Since 4 weeks Mirena is out and I feel completely better. All complaints are not gone, but no more water retention, no stuffy nose and no pressure on the chest.

  3. 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