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Abdominal discomfort, spotting and cramping after mirena removal, HPT negative. Why is it ?

I had mirena for over a year and just had it removed 4 weeks ago because I was having abdominal discomfort for 3 weeks prior to removing it. I was spotting and cramping for 2 weeks and I hadn t bled for 8 months before that. I had unprotected sex the night before the spotting occurred because the coming fell off.. I tested for pregnancy 4 weeks ago and it was negative, and I am still having abdominal cramping and discomfort without the mirena. I don t know what is going on with my body but I m concerned. I keep thinking of std s, pregnancy, or something that occurred from the mirena...
Asked On : Thu, 6 Dec 2012
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Thanks for your query,

There may be many problems faced by patients after mirena removal. The symptoms you have listed are one of them. If they are not very severe ,then you dont have to worry much. These problems are usually benign and subside by itself. However if they are very severe consult a OBG at earliest. You can be pregnant soon after mirena removal, so take precaution if you dont want to be pregnant right now.

You may take some multivitamins and iron to restore your health. You can also use analgesics if needed.

Take care..

Hope it helps you..
Answered: Thu, 6 Dec 2012
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