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Mirena is a intrauterine device or IUD containing female hormone, progestin. Approved by U.S. Food and Drug Administration, it is used for birth control. Mirena has levonorgestrel as main active ingredient, which is released as 20mcg a day using the mentioned device. The device is T shaped with polyethylene frame and steroid reservoir. The hormone released by the device thickens the uterine lining and cervical mucus and thus prevents fertilization by making it difficult for sperm cells to reach fallopian tubes or uterus. It also partially suppresses ovulation.

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