Mirena for Menorrhagia treatment

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

Patients statistics on Menorrhagia for Mirena

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
176.37
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Average height in Ft
5′ 4″
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Average age
45
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Mirena Circle Diagram 6 consumers of 1372 reported about Menorrhagia

  1. Jeannette M. Ricks says:
    4.5 rating

    Mirena for Menorrhagia

    Have read the reviews with interest, because I got the Mirena after 5 years and 5 months now. It was recommended and used at the time because I had such heavy bleeding that tampons and bandages did not help anymore. The onset was extremely painful, I had to lie in the office an hour later, because I was not able to drive a car. Had not expected this, just wanted to use the hormone spiral just before work. I’m not squeamish, but that was really hard. Had then about 1 month spotting and also about 6 months the period (but much weaker than before insertion). Then gain weight, 4 kg, inexplicable, because same habits when eating and moving. Mood swings followed, in addition to cysts that disintegrated of their own accord. I NEVER had any before the spiral. After about 3 years Mirena (I was fully satisfied, no period and the cysts did not scare me further) increased mood swings as in the burnout onset. After 4 years starting cervix cancer, Pap 4, conization. Mirena was removed for surgery and reinstated directly (the same, 4-year-old Mirena). December 5, 2011, the 5 years were over, but the FA said I should still carry them, because still hormones would be delivered and then I’m through the menopause. Strange, since I am 51 and I find that very early. Then in January 2012 total collapse, depression, suicidal thoughts, GAR NOTHING got more regulated and was written sick for the first time in life more than 3 weeks. Could not open a post, make any transfers, just sat there like an old woman and looked in front of me. That was not me anymore. No idea if it all related to the Mirena, but I would like to share this experience. Fought very hard and clenched my teeth, made a therapy, it works again. But I do not know where it all came from. I had the Mirena removed last week and since then spotting. Hope very much that they stop soon and that I am really through the menopause and get no more period. The spiral had the advantage that I did not get it. Otherwise, I very much hope that there are not other, long-term side effects. Amazing is, however, that with me several doctors have repeatedly claimed that everything could NOT be related to the Mirena. Maybe but ????????

  2. Michelle J. Winn says:
    4.0 rating

    Mirena for Menorrhagia

    Hello, short history: In 2007 my second daughter was born. Since birth, I suffered from chronic bleeding, sometimes less, sometimes with no pain. It was a cervical shortening and a Ausschabung made. However, all this has not changed, the bleeding was always my companion. In 2011, my third daughter was born, in advance I decided, after the end binding, for a uterus removal, but it was not granted to me, since I was still too young for it, it was said by the clinic. In 2012, I decided on Mirena, because for me nothing else came into question, because my liver could not or could not handle the hormones. In 2013, my FÄ stated to me, that I have water deposits in the abdomen, so from the KH, there were so many investigations made; Diagnoses: Two cysts on the right ovary, which were removed by the abdominal mirrors and then sent in. They were negative and no reason for the bleeding. The FÄ spoke of regular and weaker bleeding and this then without pain by Mirena … Meanwhile, we have now 2016 and I have to say, it has still not changed! A new Mirena ?! No, I am now 40 years and if it has not gotten better, then maybe. really only help the uterus removal. LG 🙂

    Side effects: Cyst formation
  3. Peggy S. Tripp says:
    4.5 rating

    Mirena for Menorrhagia

    I got the first time the minera after the third pregnancy, at that time I still breastfeed. In the last 15 years, I have increased dramatically, so I’ve almost doubled my weight to a few pounds. I’m always hungry, I’m slightly deperssiv and my libido has diminished extremely. I’ve never really thought about it, because my complaints are indeed dismissed as typical gynecological problems. Although I have no more bleeding, about which I’m glad. Since I have always had / have exterm heavy bleeding and back pain throughout my life. But the fact that I have grade 3 obesity does not make my life worth living. I hope my son by the spiral in the nursing time did not hurt. But he was a screaming kid, which is not unusual.