would be a good thing. I remember when the doctor convinced me to insert the Mirena instead of getting my tubes tied and telling me that my period will get lighter and eventually stop alltogether. Like it was a good thing.
Why would that be a good thing? And I remember certain birth control pills they have out there where you can go three months without your period. After all the trouble I've been through with my hormones so out of whack, I pray for my period to be on time every month, because the more they are regular, the better I feel.
When they are late, which is sometimes 3-4 weeks late, I start to feel like when I had the Mirena in: mood swings, pains around my ovaries, fatigue, etc.
You are supposed to have your period. It's not natural to trick your hormones into otherwise. Why the hell did I ever think that was a good side-effect???!
Why the hell do we jump on these stupid bandwagons of new drugs. I honestly don't want to see the male birth control pill become popular because I'd hate to see men with raging hormone issues like we have to deal with. That would be really bad.
Everything you said is so true .I have the same problem as you except my period comes early every month and my bleeding is so heavy that I have to where a tampon and pad, also change constantly.This is my 4th period since I've had it removed and my symptoms I am having is my vibration in my head but also it has moved to my body and at night I feel it in my chest which really scares me because it also a heavy feeling like a weight is on me. After my period I feel my best as if I have gotten rid of toxins in my body.Good Luck!!
i agree that a period is necessary every month. i remember post removal it was like evry period i have had seemed to balance my hormones almost like a reset button.my periods still come early sometimes up to ten days early. i am 9 months post removal.
doctors have a job, that is to make money. they remind me of a used car salesman. i am sure not all are just for the money. its not like they have to live with us and raging hormones with mirena.