I had Mirena inserted on February 6, 2010 and had gotten the 5yr since my doctor said this would be a good birth control for me but i removed it on February 6, 2012 because i was experiencing very bad mood swings, i experienced depression, i didnt get a period for 1 year staight and then i got it twice for the following year, i experienced alot of anxiety, and would have very bad sharp abdominal pains frequently, now that i removed my birth control i have yet to get a period, i have taken pregnancy tests and the have come out negative, im still experiencing mood swings. When i removed the birthcontrol was told by my doctor everything would go back to normal and it has not, if i was told about these side effects i would have not gotten Mirena, What can i do? Please help.
I don't want to avoid your question but three are so many factors in cases like this hat you really need to sit down and discuss this in detail with a medical malpractice attorney. There are product disclaimers and many side effects that the manufacturers warn patients about that can also come into play. It is possible that there could be some liability on your physician if he did not warn you of negative side effects.
Go visit with a good attorney in your locale. I wish you the best.
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