... appt next week with my doctor. Why did this happen??
Who knows? It just sometimes happens. There may be no particular reason. Mirena is a T-shaped piece of plastic with a hormone cylinder that sits in the uterus and sometimes it can move, shift, dislodge-sometimes it has even been known to burrow into the uterus (or cervix) itself and has to be surgically removed.
- Mirena Information for Consumers
- Mirena Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Mirena (detailed)
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