I just had my Mirena IUD removed and was set to have a new one put in, but found out my insurance only covers a portion of it now. It is VERY expensive and BC pills are completely covered. My doctor suggested that I switch to this because I haven't had a period in 5 years with the Mirena and I was breast feeding before that and pregnant before that, so it has actually been 7 years since I have had a period. I was wondering if I would have a period at all since I haven't had one, or if it will switch to the 2-3 days a month like it says?
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