... one put in and replace it but will my body become more likely to become pregnant? I have noticed the cramping and does that mean that the Birth Control part is running out? I know that sounds totally uneducated, but I am no Dr. Help?
I have had the Mirena for almost 5 years and the cramping for me is starting. I want to get a new?
- 22 Apr 2015 by here42help
- 9 May 2015
- mirena, birth control, contraception, pregnancy
Added 22 Apr 2015:
I love having the Mirena because my husband and I are not ready for another child. We have a 5 year old and he is going off to law school in the fall. I dont have to remember taking a pill or worry about a patch falling off. But is there anything against getting it twice in a row? The cramping can be very painful at times but then it will go away. I have always had a slight cycle with the Mirena and the cramping comes and goes with that, but it has gotten worse in the last couple of months. I know I should probably see my Dr. but I just wanted to know if anyone else got the mirena back to back mainly?
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- Side Effects of Mirena (detailed)
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