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    Period After Mirena?
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    JellyBn83 posted:
    Hello. I got my mirena removed on January 4th. I have had the "signs" of a period...the pimples, moodiness, some little cramps...but no period. I had been on it for over 4 years. I would get my periods every month, either the beginning or end of the month. This is pretty much now when I get the signs....any ideas??
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    Olivia_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi JellyBn83,

    I'd recommend posting your questions to the expert on our Women's Health board for more feedback.

    This particular board is here for women who are already pregnant to ask questions of the OB expert.

    I hope you find the answers you need.

    Take care,
    Olivia


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