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Mirena side effects!!! Help!!

I had the mirena put in February of 2014 and about 3-4 months later is started having unbearable anxiety, obsessive thinking, depression, panic attacks, fatigue, headaches, low libido... I felt like I was a ghost. I felt like I didn't know who I was and I couldn't explain to a single person how I felt or why I felt this way. I felt empty yet full of unbearable pain, like I could cry at any moment and once I started I couldn't stop. I was irritable and didn't know why and I constantly thought/think about negative anxiety triggers and painful parts of my life 24/7 and can't seem to stop it I just have to bare with it and breathe until it passes... Anyway, you get the point. I got it removed mid July. It is now October and I have improved a lot but am still having some anxiety, fatigue, obsessive thinking and low libido (which ***** being that I am in a relationship). I know my hormones are all messed up. I am taking many herbs and tinctures as well as 10 drops of homeopathic progesterone per night, also vitex and DIM in hopes that it will all rebalance my hormones faster. I need to know how long this is going to last and if there is anything else I can do to move along this process?? I am in need of positive feedback. Please please if you know about hormones and believe in alternative ways to rebalance respond!!!
God bless.
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