Menstrual pain effect of Mirena

We have 1372 consumer reports for Mirena. Menstrual pain effect occurred in 1%.

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Mirena Circle Diagram 8 consumers of 1372 reported about Menstrual pain

  1. Douglas R. Hoffer says:
    4.0 rating

    Hi, I have the Mirena now for a year and can not recommend it: – The insertion was hell (I have no children) and really hurt terribly – In the first 2 months after insertion I had 3 cysts, which also have hurt a lot (especially when running) – from the 3rd month came extreme menstrual pain (the rule was indeed weaker, the pain but stronger than in front of the Mirena) – since this month I have since just before ovulation, so now good 10 days, pulling / pain in the abdomen Conclusion: I will let me pull the Mirena. Question to you: Did this pain / tearing in the abdomen with you sometimes over a longer period before. I’m just seriously thinking whether the Mirena has also prevented me safe. Greetings.

  2. Jimmie A. Best says:
    4.0 rating

    I let the Mirena use 2 months after the birth of my first child. The gynecologist praised the product and said there were hardly any side effects, without handing me the leaflet. The first time was really exhausting. I constantly had irregular bleeding and pain. It took almost half a year until this phase was over. Then I did not get any bleeding anymore, only a slight brownish discharge. I suffered from severe back pain in the lower pelvis, loss of libido and general listlessness. I’ve often asked what’s wrong with me and could not initially connect it with the spiral until I read the leaflet on the Internet. After intercourse, I often had pain in the vagina and uterus and slight discharge the next day. In addition, a constant slight pain in the uterus accompanied me, although the spiral sat correctly. (Made an ultrasound) My partner could not stand my body odor and is very relieved that he can smell me now, after she is out for 2 weeks. Also, the libido has come back and it is again as it once was (-: 14 months Mirena instead of 5 years and I’m really convinced that she was drawn early, even if that was a short painful and exhausting fun for 300 ¬ I just say: better leave!

  3. Nathan S. Sanders says:
    3.5 rating

    Hello, I got my first hormonal spiral in 2005. Have a high risk of thrombosis and the spiral is the only contraceptive I may use. That was great back then, no menstruation at once, no pain, great contracts. In 2010 I had to remove them, because the 5 years were over. Then I took a break for a year and got a new one in January 2011, but this time everything was different. Huge pain during and after use. Regular pain like I’ve never had in my life, I’ve got my menstruation until almost June 2011, but stronger than before. Then one after another happened. First, I got pimples (mostly on the chin) 2 months after I had not gotten them during my puberty, followed by a huge abscess in the groin, which tied me to the bed for a week and, finally, the steadily increasing weight although I have not changed my eating habits and am also day out on my feet during my work day. So this was or is my story, does anyone have any suggestions, ideas or advice? I would be very happy Anna