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    Haunesty posted:
    I have read all these and find this sight very helpful. I have been on the Mirena not a great deal of time but long enough. I sometimes don't have a period and get overly normal active and have one. I have had regular discomfort since and fatigue. I had a emergency c-section with my second child and have problems since. not looking for another baby so soon. the possibility of pregnancy has always messed with me. I recently got evening sickness and headaches. I have bad nerves and stress. really not wanting any pregnancy.
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