So after I have my daughter this march the doctor said I should try the Mirena. I'm kind of nervous because I have heard nothing but awful things about it. When you look up reviews they freak me out more. My main questions are does it affect your sex drive and what about weight gain?
My first Mirena was a bit of a rollercoaster. I bled for 3 months with constant cramping. Then it went away, along with my period. For awhile, I actually had an insanely high sex drive, which stayed with me for about 5 years -no period, no cramping, no pms, no babies, and tons of Author: Dr. Gail Gross Ph.D. Ed.D.
Mar 24, 2017 · So an IUD isn't a libido booster, per se, but rather a better alternative to pills, rings, and patches, which have been shown to negatively affect libido. The IUD is better for your sex drive than Author: Gigi Engle.