Hello I'm 18 years old no kids, however I do have the mirenia
Have had it for almost a year. They told me I couldn't get pregnant
On the mirenia. Well I've always had a period on it. If I didn't bleed
I had my period signs. Well I've took pregnancy test they've came back negative.
Then I was having lower back pains belly pains and then started bleeding.
They ran only pregnancy tests on me those came back negative.
But I took three pregnancy test and they came back positive. I have all the signs of being pregnant. My boobs are sore & stuff. I get sick when I wake up no matter what time it is. Like my vagina is sensitive. I'm tired all the time and I sleep longer than normal. I eat more than I've ever ate in my life. I have a baby bump but it's not that big.
My body feels a lot different and it worries me to no end. I've also had problems with the iud also I can feel the bottom of the iud it's self. I can also feel the strings I could never feel them before. The knots that on each end of string I can feel the knots too. So my mirena is pretty low I think. My ex an I had had sex billions of times without condoms he never once pulled out. I've always pee right after cause I always had to. But the last time we had sex I didn't go pee right away soo.. I'm have an appointment at the obgyn next Friday.. I have feelings I'm pregnant and I have all the signs I'm worried what do you guys think??View Thread
Thanks(: like I have gone to the hospital twice now because of pains down there because they haven't taken the mirenia out yet. I go the 8th to the obgyn. But my belly is no longer flat it's got a baby bump. I'm just worried about it all..View Thread
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