Mirena & Primolut N

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tam Says:
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I got the mirena put in 2 weeks ago and have been bleeding heavy since. Today my doctor put me on primolut n.
I just wanted to know what is actually going to do?
Will it stop my bleeding ?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Tam! How are you?

That is pretty common with the Mirena, though not everyone experiences heavy bleeding.

But hopefully yes, the doctor has prescribed that to try to help balance your hormones back out, so the bleeding stops. The typical side effects of the Primolut N may include nausea, dizziness, headache, irritability and PMS-like symptoms.

The only way to see if it will help is by actually trying it. If the bleeding doesn't stop, you'll need to return to your doctor.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Rosie Says:

Hi,
I got the mirena IUD inserted last week and i am currently still bleeding- is it okay if i take Primolut for a few days to give my body a rest from the bleeding? I was prescribed it just prior to getting the mirena.

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