***Ladies, please do your research. I won’t get too graphic but if you’re squeamish about things such as childbirth or complications from procedures, just scroll on past.***
This may be rare, but it happens. A month after Katie finally came home from the hospital, under medical advice, I chose to go this route. After 2 weeks of pain, the Mirena had to be surgically removed because it had shifted, perforated my uterus, and was in a potentially dangerous position.
Please, please, read up, know your own body, listen to your gut, and be your own advocate.