Users that recently got it and have had it for a while.
Users that use to have it and got it removed are welcome to join as well.
I'd like to have a group where everyone can share their input.
**ADVICE, QUESTIONS, THOUGHTS, CONCERNS**
Hi folks, I've only had my Mirena coil fitted for 3 weeks now but I'm seriously considering having it taken out already, as I am in AGONY, not just a llittle cramping, proper pain, I've been sick with the pain a few times. Is this normal and will it pass? I have my coil check up booked for the 31st of this month.
I've had mine in for 9 months & I'm still in agony almost daily. I'd love to tell you it'll pass & you'll love the Mirena, but my experience has been awful. I was told by my doctor to give it a year, which I'm trying to do,but it's very difficult. Not only do I cramp constantly, but I also spot almost daily & bleed for 7-10 days after sex (sorry about the detailed info). I really hope it gets better for you, but if not, I'd suggest getting it taken out.
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