Mirena for Iron deficiency treatment

We have 1372 consumer reports for treatment of Iron deficiency with Mirena. Iron deficiency used in 0% of cases.

Patients statistics on Iron deficiency for Mirena

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
134.04
0

Average height in Ft
5′ 5″
0

Average age
51
52

Mirena Circle Diagram 6 consumers of 1372 reported about Iron deficiency

  1. Isabel J. Jones says:
    5.0 rating

    Mirena for Iron deficiency

    Through years of strong iron deficiency, where tablets did not really help and last the iron was given intravenously, my gynecologist urgently advised me to Mirena. I was satisfied until about a year later I got small brown spots on my face. As it got more, I approached my doctor. She said that had absolutely nothing to do with the Mirena! After the second Mirena, I now have massive spots on my face, which have now spread as if I had one of those face masks on the face. Every day I work with several colors camouflage, because otherwise I’ll be gauged by everyone! Recently, I was at the dermatologist and there, however, was again said that it is hormonal and the spiral may very well be the reason. Are the gynecologists being asked with a lot of money to attach their patients?

  2. 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.