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Re: My Mirena Experience (Anxiety, Insomnia, Weak/Dizzy, Loss of Libido, Metabolism on Overdrive) And A Book Recommendation
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Re: My Mirena Experience (Anxiety, Insomnia, Weak/Dizzy, Loss of Libido, Metabolism on Overdrive) And A Book Recommendation

Hello Dancing Frog!

I just want you to know that there is hope and life after mirena removal. If you want to read my story, go to page 5 of this forum under the post "WOW!I just had mine removed yesterday!" It has now been over 57 days since I had that thing out of my body, and every day I feel a little more like my old self. I had the device in for over 3 years, and I have to tell you, I was literally going out of my mind. The anxiety is almost entirely gone now and I am starting to feel like I might want sex again. It has been so hard on my boyfriend, but he is so understanding. As a matter of fact, he was the one who found this forum in the first place. I was thinking like everyone else on this forum that I was having health issues. I had tests that all came back negative just like you.

Marina should be taken off the market!! Someone is going to kill themselves. That is, if there have not already been suicides on this stupid man made device. Who would know? I didn't link the marina to my problems until I found this site. How many women have gone over the edge thinking it was all in their heads? I know I was reaching that point myself. If I were you I would demand a same day appointment from any doctor you can get at your hospital. That is what I did. The sooner you have that thing out, the sooner you will start the healing process.  It is your body and the doctors can not tell you what you can and can't do with it. Don't let them tell you that you need to see a shrink either. That was what the Doc said to me. "Oh, maybe you are just going through a lot of stress and you need to see someone about it, and eat better and start exercising more." That is not alway the cure. I have to say, exercise and good nutrition do help the healing speed up, and you do get your energy back after a while. It took me about a month before I started to really feel better. I am starting to sleep more soundly, and wake less frequently. That alone can help you not to feel so tired all the time.

Anyway, hang in there and know that you are not alone! Email me if you ever want to talk, or if you have any questions.



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