The visualization also contains quotes from an interview with Maka Gegechkori, Reproductologist, MD.PH.D, which was recorded by JumpStart Georgia on May 25, 2013.

The visualization also contains quotes from an interview with Maka Gegechkori, Reproductologist, MD.PH.D, which was recorded by JumpStart Georgia on May 25, 2013.

What You Should Know About The Mirena IUD - A number of lawsuits have been filed by women who allege Bayer downplayed the seriousness of possible Mirena side effects.

What You Should Know About The Mirena IUD - A number of lawsuits have been filed by women who allege Bayer downplayed the seriousness of possible Mirena side effects.

iud side effects that they don't tell you about. iuds are awesome but these side effects are something to consider.

iud side effects that they don't tell you about. iuds are awesome but these side effects are something to consider.

So sad, cause I chose this for myself but I experienced major hair loss, anger/rage episodes and I only had it in for 3-4 months. Since removal I've had anxiety, cyclic breast pain and pms issues including hormonal imbalance. it's been almost 3 years.

So sad, cause I chose this for myself but I experienced major hair loss, anger/rage episodes and I only had it in for 3-4 months. Since removal I've had anxiety, cyclic breast pain and pms issues including hormonal imbalance. it's been almost 3 years.

If you're interested in a long-term relationship with your birth control, here are the main things to keep in mind.

23 Things Everyone Should Know About IUDs

If you're interested in a long-term relationship with your birth control, here are the main things to keep in mind.

9 Things You Need to Know About IUDs  - Photo by: Shutterstock http://www.womenshealthmag.com/health/iud-need-to-know

9 Things You Need to Know About IUDs

9 Things You Need to Know About IUDs - Photo by: Shutterstock http://www.womenshealthmag.com/health/iud-need-to-know

Depression, mood changes, and abnormal behavior– all are common side effects of long-term Mirena use.  At any given point, 6.4% of all Mirena users are reported clinically depressed.  Even though these side effects should go away after removing the IUD, many women still suffer complications, especially those who remove the IUD early.  According to one study, depression occurs after the removal of Mirena in 36% of women under age 33.  Women age 33+ are at an even higher risk.

Depression, mood changes, and abnormal behavior– all are common side effects of long-term Mirena use. At any given point, 6.4% of all Mirena users are reported clinically depressed. Even though these side effects should go away after removing the IUD, many women still suffer complications, especially those who remove the IUD early. According to one study, depression occurs after the removal of Mirena in 36% of women under age 33. Women age 33+ are at an even higher risk.

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