... since then I have had the worse cramps of my life. Also have experienced mood swings. I have decided to remove it, but now I am thinking I should maybe try the Skyla IUD since it has better review and it is better for women that haven't had children. Would that be a good decision or should I just discard the IUD idea after all?
Ive had skyla for about 2 and a half years. I heard bad things about Mirena so my Doctor recommended Skyla. I have 2 children (4 and 5yr) but he suggested it because I was younger and it was shorter termed and my..I guess you could say my.. Anatomy was appropriate. Anyway. I experienced cramping at first but that went away when the bleeding stopped. I would give Skyla a try, it's really very different than mirana from what I'm told by my physician. Good luck.
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