Re: Mirena for heavy periods (menorrhagia)
Thanks so much for the reply! I am so glad that Mirena has been helpful to you! I have a gyn consult in early March, then I see my family doc the next day, and I see my hematologist in about two weeks to discuss this with him too.
I heard that they can give an anesthetic for the inserting of Mirena so I would definitely want that because I have never given birth. In fact I have never been sexually active so I bet it may be especially uncomfortable for someone like me.
I'll let you know what happens!
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