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Severe bleeding and pain in the legs after having an allergic reaction to mirena. On primolut. Bleeding persisting. What to do?

i had a mirena put in around 5 weeks ago i had an allergic reaction & had it removed after 3 weeks i continually bleed had servere pain in legs they the GP put me on primolut n i have been taking them foe a week & 1/2 & im still bleeding it is dark but still there ive started taking iron tablets cause i am so tired i dont know what to do im so sick of taking tablets what should i do ? thx alicia
Asked On : Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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You should consult a gynecologist to assess and assist you properly. You could be needing additional hormonal supplementation and any local lesions also should be ruled out. You would need blood counts and checked for any bleeding and clotting defects. Please get a proper guided treatment and everything is going to be fine. Meanwhile, please abstain from intercourse and take a healthy diet; do not exercise heavily. Hope this helps. Take care.
Answered: Mon, 22 Jul 2013
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