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Pain while coughing, lower back ache after removing mirena. Will I have a painful menstruation?

hi, i had my mirena coil in for 8 years (took 1 year to get it removed,scans ect) as my strings were not reachable had i taken out by a consultant gyno (she was amazin) and had a cycle 2 days later for 5 days im on day 26now and been having pains in that area when i cough,had severe lower back ache very dull pains took a test (neg) but im still unsure am i just preparing for a ver painfull cycle or should i keep testing. my periods had returned for the past year of having the coil and i was having a normal 24day cycle will this change now. im 37 8stone4.julie.
Asked On : Sun, 7 Apr 2013
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You should not have kept Minera for a longer time than prescribed. It might have caused inflammation inside. Do you have the pain through out the month? is there vaginal discharge? fever, problkem in mictyration?
If so, you should take your gynacs consultation & a course of the medicines prescribed.
Some times the menstrual habbit may change( due to age, health, long standing Minera) & it can be releaived with cyclical treatment of hormones. These are to be priscribed by a Gynac after checking you
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Answered: Sat, 6 Jul 2013
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