Our expert says:
Different doctors use different methods. Some will give you sedation, others not. the Mirena is inserted into the uterus through a speculum. This will feel similar to a pap smear to you. there may be some cramps afterwards. As long as you are not bleeding too heavily, the first or second day of the period should be fine.
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