i've had mirena in for 2 years now...but for the past couple of weeks...i've been really nauseous...sometimes smells make me a lot more sensitive and nauseous....i've been having some lower back pain...and some odd abdominal pain..headaches...been sleeping A LOT more than normal...been a bit more emotional than usual... frequent urination..and hair loss...some weight loss...but my breast are bigger and i have more tummy than normal....i've never had these symptoms while on it..and my fiance and i have been having unprotected sex for a while now...I know that my mom was pregnant with me for about 2months or more while being on an IUD...but...i'm wondering if these are pregnancy symptoms.......
Please..is anyone can give me an idea..that would be great... Please e-mail me..if you can.. firstname.lastname@example.org thank..you..View Thread
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