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Had Mirena IUD. Why am I getting tingling sensations in abdomen?

Hello. I have the Mirena IUD for the past year and a half now and i ve been having weird dreams of babies and what not. Been feeling tingling like fluttering sensations in my abdomen and it tickles me. I had very heavy period last week and it lasted a little over a week and it stopped for 2 days and I had my period again for 2 days. I still feel the ticklish feeling in my lower abdomen. What could this mean? All pregnancy tests taken are negative and blood tests. Could it be possible that I am pregnant? Maybe I checked too early.
Asked On : Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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Mirena is a progesterone iud which causes weight gain..bloating. ..gastric irritation the thought of pregnsncy might be due to the bloating and gas bubbles which are giving feeling of fetus is highly unlikely to be pregnant once you are on iud as well as getting periods have irritable bowel syndrome also which is making you feel like that
Answered: Thu, 5 Dec 2013
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