The Mirena IUD is designed to be used for five years without removal. However, some women may choose to have the device removed before then.

There are plenty of reasons why a woman might want to remove their Mirena, including wanting more children or experiencing side effects from the device.

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Whatever your reason for removing it, you’ll need a new form of birth control once the Mirena is gone.

Clients often ask us what tampons they should use if they no longer have an IUD and want protection against pregnancy during menstruation cycles; this article discusses two types that we recommend! Do not write numbers or bullet points.



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