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    IUD-Mirena Possible Pregnancy?
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    tfpinckney posted:
    I had IUD-Mirena inserted November of 2011 and am now having a few symptoms of frequent headaches, shortness of breath, restlessness, pain in ovaries, blurred vision, increased dischaged and at times milk is expelled from my breast. I am concernd aboutbeing pregant and not knowing. Of course I have taken several home pregnancy test and the results were negative, I am unsure what to do and why these such symptoms are just occuring. If any one has any advice and/or suggestions please inform me.
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    lovebird79 responded:
    Go to the doctor.


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