Very well said. I think that we all agree that Mirena doesn't affect everyone the same, but for whatever reason it can totally destroy some women's health. My daughter had it for a year and had no symptoms and we had nothing but GOOD things to say about Mirena but then everything suddenly started going downhill and she has yet to get her life back. It's a daily struggle and has been physically, emotions and financial devastating, and has changed all of our lives. I am so glad to hear when women give positive reports, because I wouldn't want anyone to go thru the hell my daughter has, but like us, sometimes after they've had it for a while, and then their hair starts falling out, and they have severe nerve pain in their hands, legs, feet and have difficulty walking, and vertigo and then develop severe reoccuring migrains, and lose all vision in their eye, and have hormonal imbalances that causes severe anxiety and make them feel like they are crazy, the I guess the rave reviews stop. We fall into that category. I personally wouldn't want anyone to get it just because they may be one of those women who have severe adverse reactions. Too big of a risk to take, because the problems don't just 'stop' when the Mirena is removed, the damage is DONE. I wish we knew then, what we do now. Lessons learned, the hard way - talk about an understatement.