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Signs of Menopause at age 29?????

I originally had the Mirena inserted in Dec 2010.  I had it replaced in Jan 2016. My last period was probably in spring of 2011.  I have never had any issues with my Mirena.  

In Jan of this year, I began having exterme mood swings.  I thought it had to due with depression and anxiety (both I have battled since I was a teenager).   I went to the doctor and got put back on anxiety medication.  This helped.  I have always been tired (due to my job and work schedule.)  About the last 2 weeks, I have noticed that I don't really care or WANT to do anything.  I just want to sleep.  About 3 days ago, I began getting "episodes" where I began burning up (immediately sweating), becoming dizzy, almost to the point of feeling like I am going to faint.  I am wondering if my Mirena is sending me into Premature Menopause.   But at the same time, I just turned 29 years old about a month ago.  

Is there anyone else this young experiencing the same things as me???
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