SOULD i BE WORRIED??? I have had the Mirena in for a year and 3 months. I eventually had no period for a few months now, but now I have had 2 periods. not heavy but not light. is this normal? I feel like my stomach is bloated. I gained weight this last couple of months too.
no, i would say not, i had my mirena put in nov of 08. had regular periods until sexually active then had 3 periods since feb.. im a heavy flow but since iud 4 days and definitely lighter..i have gas all the time, bloated, i was 120-124 lbs. before iud now im 133..all at once pretty much..i have also had a lot of pregnancy symptoms too..but just be on your guard...my hubby knows i am like omg im pregnant when im not but i dont want to be like im not pregnant and find out i am...right now i have every pregnancy symptom and neg tests.. im either testing too early or as docs put it creating new side effects..hope this helps...HAPPY NEW YEAR!!
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