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    fjkayla posted:
    I really hope people are still seeing and replying to this discussion. I had my mirena put in roughly 8 months ago. This last week/week and a half I've been spouting every other day. Slight lower abdomen cramping (nothing persistent) and no other symptoms. Has anyone else experienced this or had a similar experience? If so, what is happening to me?
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    What do you mean you've been "spouting" every other day?
     
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    Anon_134193 responded:
    I think that means spotting, but was a victim of autocomplete. So if I'm right, she's asking if anyone else has experienced spotting every other day while on the Mirena IUD.


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