mirena coil removeing

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Hi all i had mirena coil fitted over a year ago and i think this is were my problem has started yes less bleeding which is a bonus but i have more painful ovoulation pain i have had a cyst on ovary which went on it own painful sex with my partner everytime and after so if it to much info i now have a pain on my right side again i dont know if ovolution pain it just a constant stabbing pain i am bleeding slightly so i have booked my self into to get it removed im sure it the coil or ibs im sick i am 32 and wishing i could have all my reprodutive organs taken away cos im so fed up now this pain is unbelivable when it starts it been constant for 3 days now any ideas guys

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    Hi where do i start on pain with the marina coil .The pain i had it on my right side also sore boobs and a pain in my right thigh. it wasnt all the time,i never visited the doctor i just put up with it  now its been in 5 years i  know the hormones are reducing as i have lost all the bloatedness and lost  a stone and a half.  I would have it removed if you have painful sex something is not right with it. 
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      Thanks julie booked in on the 9th hopefully it is that i will get a full health check to it really is effecting me now 
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    Thats  great let me know how you get on,i do think some times the maarina lets out more hormone than it should some months thats when problems  start dont let them fob you off as once the marina is in they try make you put up with it because of the cost. good luck julie.
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      Yeah i relise that been wanted out  for ages bit they always say it cant be that surelynthey have to take it out on request
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