Our expert says:
The chance of migration is probably about 1%. If it is incorrect insertion, it would happen within a few weeks of insertion.
You can use HRT and the Mirena in certain circumstances.
The pain, high blood pressure and rapid pulse would need assessment. Some of the reasons might not be serious and some might.
If the Mirena perforates through the uterus into the abdomen, it can cause damage.
It is difficult to say whether weight gain is related to the Mirena or not. Most women do not experience this, though every woman reacts differntly. Many women have irregular spotting.
I don't think that drugs will affect the Mirena, neither does being overweight. It is possible that IBS may be worse with the Mirena.
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