Hi. I had Mirena inserted in Feb 2011 after my son was born, and it has been great until recently. I haven't had a period or period symptoms until about 3 weeks ago. I started having really bad cramps, no spotting or bleeding, and I noticed discharge like I was ovluating. I remember this from when I was trying to get pregnant. The first couple of weeks the cramping was fairly constant and I was taking about 3-4 Advil every 4-6 hours for the discomfort. Now the cramping isn't as bad. I have an appt to see my OB in a couple of weeks. Should I try to get in sooner - is there reason for concern? I work with a girl who had Mirena and is now pregnant. I'm not ready for baby #2!
Hi! If you were my patient, I would reassure you that you are probably NOT pregnant, but I would recommend doing a pregnancy test. Unless your test is positive, or the pain becomes unbearable, you can probably wait until your appointment. Good luck! Dr B
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