So, I have had mirena for almost 2 years now. I have NEVER had a problem until now...I think?
Lately, I have been having all the symptoms that come with pregnancy. Like, nauseous with certain smells, fatigue, I get hot flashes a lot, getting sick when I don't have any flu like symptoms, etc. I'm still waiting to get to a store so I can pick up an hpt, but something else has started happening. Now, I'm having these pains in my lower abdomen, as if something is literally pulling on my insides. It doesn't feel like cramps, I know what those feel like. It's completely different. And it's a little painful. Has anyone else had this problem? Theres no spotting or bleeding or anything like that. I'd just like to know anyone's input while I'm waiting for a ride to the store or hospital if necessary.
*I'm trying not to blow this out of proportion, considering my fiance is already scared. :P
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