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    Sick after Mirena removal?
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    HelSable posted:
    After having the Mirena in for 4.5 years I had it removed 01/31/13. The past few days I have been really emotional and now today I've started feeling very faint, sick like I need to throw up, and have a slight headache.

    Is this normal after removal?

    Not sure if it's my body because of the hormones no longer in my body or if it's the Thai left overs I ate last night LOL!

    TIA!
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    georgiagail responded:
    My money is on those leftovers!

    Gail
     
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    sherry1126 responded:
    did you find out what the problem was?cuz i just had mine removed a week and a half ago and i have been sick and tired and still havent gotten a period sense it got taken out


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