Mirena for Hypermenorrhoea treatment

We have 1372 consumer reports for treatment of Hypermenorrhoea with Mirena. Hypermenorrhoea used in 2% of cases.

Patients statistics on Hypermenorrhoea for Mirena

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
158.73
123.46

Average height in Ft
5′ 6″
5′ 3″

Average age
48
35

Mirena Circle Diagram 24 consumers of 1372 reported about Hypermenorrhoea

  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. Lynda D. Turner says:
    3.5 rating

    Mirena for Sweat; Migraine; Hypermenorrhoea

    I have felt very well for 8 years and now suffer constantly from bladder infections, urethritis and yeasts. I suspect a connection with the spiral, because the urologist is also often at a loss as to where the cause lies.

    Side effects: Fungal infection; Cystitis
  3. 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.

  4. Donald M. Peters says:
    3.5 rating

    Mirena for Hypermenorrhoea

    Almost daily spotting (mostly weak). Since loading but no menstruation has occurred. Infection susceptibility in the genital area (continuous wearing of panty liners not used). Increased mild headache. Otherwise very satisfied!

  5. Janell C. Kuehn says:
    3.0 rating

    Mirena for Uterine fibroids; Iron deficiency; Hypermenorrhoea

    I am 44, after a long time back and forth, I have had the mirena used because of iron deficiency (again and again ferritin infusions) due to excessive bleeding due to miomen. that was 5 days ago. For three days I have suffered from extreme tingling in the stomach and back, weakness in my legs, howling attacks, tremors, breathlessness, mild nausea and headache. I will have the mirena removed immediately.

  6. Mary C. Wilson says:
    4.5 rating

    Mirena for Hypermenorrhoea

    Today I have the Mirena removed and hope for improvement. I let them use 1.5 years ago, because I had with the copper spiral extremely heavy bleeding and these should stay away with the Mirena. The insertion was no more painful than with the copper spiral. Only then I was a little speechless … 3 weeks bleeding, 2 days without bleeding, then a week bleeding then not a week, then two weeks bleeding then a week not. I felt like … with the rule through the year 🙂 after half a year, she has left alone, as always, my gynecologist was baffled, because he had never experienced something like that. At the time, I was under treatment for panic attacks, palpitations, depressive moods, wherever that came from. The spiral was sterilized and replaced. Well, in the meantime, I have gained weight and have not gone back despite the gym (and I’m doing it right), I have not changed my eating habits into negative. I also did not get rid of the permanent bleeding. My chest was always sensitive and how inflated and did sometimes hurt properly (2 cup sizes more !!!) I also have back problems. As my physiotherapist said my lumbar vertebrae was a swelling and after Dorn-Preuß that was the area of the uterus, stood for me the decision .- out with the THING !!! Now let’s see if everything gets better again. Starting tomorrow, I will start a detox treatment. I think, either you are content with the hormone spiral top or you just can not stand the thing.