I have had mirena in for two years now and I have had pregnancy symptoms a few times and this time it is worse than before, I have had issues the entire time I have had Mirena with liquid build up in my nipples, and then here recently, i have been so fatigued, and get light headed easily sometimes just while sitting down, been slightly sick to my stomach most days and it lasts almost all day, for the last four or five days been having the fluttering feeling in my abdomen and then today I have been having sharp pains in my lower abdomen as well. It has me so worried, I have heard of so many horror stories of misscarriages and the risks involved with pregnancies while with Mirena, just don't know what to do, I dont currently have insurance, I just need helpe!View Thread
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