I have been having heavy periods for the past one year. Ultrasound examination of the pelvis is normal. My gynaecologist suggested that I should have the Mirena inserted in my womb. He said this would reduce the blood flow. What is Mirena? How does it work? Any side effects?
Mirena is a small T-shaped plastic intra-uterine device (IUD) (see figure) which is inserted by the gynaecologist into the womb for contraceptive purpose. It releases progestogen, a hormone similar to the natural progesterone produced by the ovaries and can be used in the treatment of......No comment