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Mirena IUD Device

Formulation : IUD
Dosage : 52mg
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What is Mirena used for?

With the chemical name levonorgestrel, Mirena is a long-acting hormonal intrauterine device that is a form of contraceptive. This type of device can prevent pregnancy for up to eight years. This birth control belongs to the class of drugs known as progestins.

This is available in Mirena 52 mg IUD.

How does Mirena work?

This intrauterine device (IUD) prevents pregnancy by thickening the mucus in the cervix, which blocks the sperm from reaching and/or fertilizing a woman’s egg. It can also thin the uterine lining and partially suppress ovulation.

How to use Mirena

You must talk to your doctor before using this birth control method. Know all the possible risks and benefits of using an IUD. Please note that this form of contraception will not protect you from sexually transmitted diseases or HIV infection.

A healthcare provider should insert an IUD. This procedure normally lasts for only five minutes. They may instruct you to do a pregnancy test before insertion to ensure you are not pregnant. If necessary, pain relievers may be administered before the procedure, as the process of insertion can be painful to some women.

Mirena Side Effects 

Common side effects: 

  • Abdominal cramps 
  • Dizziness 
  • Headache 
  • Breast tenderness
  • Acne
  • Mood changes

Like most forms of contraception, using an IUD has mostly manageable side effects. You may talk to your physician or healthcare provider about managing these undesirable effects. On the other, you must report severe adverse effects, including: 

  • Unusual vaginal bleeding 
  • Breast lumps
  • Fever
  • Chills
  • Unusual vaginal discharge
  • Severe lower abdominal pain
  • Enlargement of the ovaries

Precautions when using Mirena IUD Device

Using an intrauterine device is contraindicated for women with pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), untreated genital infection, cancer of the uterus, cancer of the cervix, vaginal bleeding of unknown cause, liver conditions, and breast cancer. You should also be mindful of the drugs you are taking as they may interact with this product.

Do not use this prescription product if you have a known allergy to levonorgestrel or the materials of this device, like silicone or polyethylene. Among the common signs of severe hypersensitivity are wheezing, trouble breathing, itching, severe dizziness, and hives. Have the IUD removed and ask for emergency assistance.

This device should not be inserted during pregnancy because it can cause ectopic pregnancy. This can be used during lactation six weeks after giving birth. It is unlikely that this product can affect breastfed babies.

How much does Mirena cost in Canada?

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Frequently Asked Questions

What should I do if Mirena falls off? 

If your intrauterine device falls off, you should immediately use a backup birth control method. Talk to your healthcare provider in order to determine if the device should be reinserted.

How painful is inserting a Mirena IUD Device? 

In general, Intrauterine device (IUD) insertion would cause painful abdominal cramps. In addition, inserting a speculum during the procedure can also cause discomfort.

What can you not do after Mirena insertion? 

Following an IUD insertion, you should not insert anything into your vagina for 48 hours. This includes inserting tampons, having sexual intercourse, and going to hot tubs and swimming pools.

Does Mirena make you gain weight? 

Weight gain is a potential side effect of using an IUD. This is because the hormone component of this device can cause bloating and water retention.

Does Mirena stop periods? 

In the first few months of using an IUD, you may experience irregular periods. This includes an absence of bleeding, heavy bleeding, or spotting.

Does Mirena affect mood? 

Some women experience mood changes while on Mirena birth control. The hormone that this product contains may affect one’s mood or behavior.

How long can I use Mirena? 

Mirena’s length of use is up to eight years. Please note that leaving this device longer than intended can lead to serious infections. 

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Mirena IUD Device

Scientific Name:

Levonorgestrel IUD

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