I have mirena and i am having bad stomach and pelvic pain and sometimes get sick when i eat. When i have the pain i feel like i am having my baby all over again and i just had a baby 3 months ago. what do u think it might be? Do i need to go to the doctor

Yes! You should see a doctor

Yes! You should see a doctor immediately. Listen to your body. Anytime you are having sharp pains or any other serious symptoms, see a doctor at once. This could be a serious problem that needs immediate attention. For future reference, this forum is not an appropriate place to ask for advice about a potential emergency issue. Anyone with pain, fever, or unusual bleeding must be examined by a doctor. Best of luck, Dr. Williams

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Yes. Go to the doctor and

Yes. Go to the doctor and have your mirena removed. For an extensive list of reasons why, visit: mirena-side-effects.com.


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