Merina is a soft, flexible, T-shaped birth control device which is put into the uterus. The medication is continually released in a period of five years in order to prevent pregnancy.

Try not to give this birth control device to anybody else. It could be dangerous for individuals to make use of this birth control device if their physician hasn’t prescribed it. Don’t attempt to remove this birth control device without conferring with your physician.

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A lot of medications could cause side effects. A side effect is an undesirable reaction to the medication when it’s used in regular doses. Side effects could be severe or mild, non-permanent or permanent. The side effects listed here are not encountered by all who uses this medication. In case you’re concerned about side effects, discuss the hazards and advantages of this medication with your physician.

The following side effects are claimed by people using this medication. A few of these side effects are easily dealt with, and a few can go away all alone as time goes by.

Speak to your doctor in case you encounter these side effects and if they’re severe or uncomfortable. Your pharmacist might manage to recommend you on controlling side effects.

  • acne breakouts (normally less frequent after three months of treatment, and could raise if acne already occurs)

  • breast pain or swelling

  • headaches

  • a sense of fullness or hardness in the abdomen

  • nausea or vomiting

  • changes in the menstrual cycles, including:

            – reduced bleeding in menstrual cycles
            – periodic stopping of menstrual bleeding
            – breakthrough bleeding or spotting in between periods
             – total lack of menstrual flow for a number of months in a row
             – extended bleeding during menstrual cycles

Even though the majority of the side effects listed here do not occur frequently, they can result in serious problems if not given medical attention.

Consult with your doctor as fast as possible in case any of the following side effects arise:

  • depression symptoms

  • back ache

  • lightheadedness

  • breast lump

  • extreme changes in the menstrual pattern

  • intense head pain or migraine headaches (headaches might lower in numerous users, or they might raise in number or become even worse for some other users)

  • expulsion of the product

  • continuous or extreme lower abdominal pain coupled with a fever or uncommon genital discharge

  • signs of pregnancy (e.g., stomach pain, nausea or vomiting, breast discomfort)

  • genital infection along with genital itchiness or irritation, or heavy, white, or curd-like discharge

  • symptoms of a liver issue (e.g., yellow-colored skin or eyes, darkish urine, pale feces, stomach pain, or itchy skin)

  • itchy skin, skin rash, or hives

Quit using the medication and look for immediate medical help if one of the following happens:

  • stomach pain (abrupt, extreme, or continuing)

  • indications of a blood clot in the leg (e.g., unusual sudden pain around the leg, mainly in the lower leg)

  • indications of a blood clot on the lungs (e.g., unusual and difficulty in breathing, pain in the chest, coughing up of blood)

  • indications of a cardiac arrest (e.g., discomfort or pain in the chest or torso, difficulty in breathing, nausea or vomiting, cold sweats, or faintness)

  • indications of a heart stroke (e.g., sudden slurring of speech; unusual weakness, numb feeling, or pain around the leg or arm; sudden loss of coordination; sudden, intense headaches)

A few people can experience side effects apart from those detailed here. Seek advice from your physician in case you observe any symptom which concerns you while you’re using this medication.