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02 Oct 2008

I posted a question before, about me bleeding for a month. Well, I' m still bleeding. I know you said some women bleed for several months. But will it ever stop? Should I have the Mirena removed now, or should I just give it a few more months to allow my body to get used to it?

I told my husband that you said it' s fine to still have sex while I' m bleeding. But we both agree that we' re not comfortable with the idea of making love while I have my period, so it' s been a while that we have done it.

My other concern is that I am anaemic. I' m currently not taking anything for it. With all this blood loss, will it cause more health problems?
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01 Jan 0001

You will have to decide whether you want to remove the Mirena or not, but the majority of women have spotting/irregular bleeding for up to 9 months after insertion. If you are having small amounts of spotting, this probably will not worsen the anaemia significantly.

Best wishes
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