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Re: a med for menstrual migraines?

Posted by Ed O`Flaherty on July 6, 2003, at 13:21:07

In reply to Re: a med for menstrual migraines?, posted by bookgurl99 on July 6, 2003, at 2:49:14

> >the Mirena intra-uterine contraceptive coil which will usually put an end to your periods after you are on it about three months.
> Ed, the idea is to have a solution for severe migrain, not make myself infertile!
The coil is taken out when you want it out and in any case after 5 years.Fertility returns to normal within a short time.It is a popular contraceptive in much of the world,mainly but not entirely for women who have children.It is also popular with women who get heavy periods and wish to reduce them to a low level or to avoid a hysterectomy.Possible side effects include acne,breast tenderness and even weight gain but most women seem to be happy with them and have no side effects.




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