No, there are several reasons a Mirena IUS may not be suitable.
The Mayo Clinic says your health care provider may discourage use of Mirena if you:
- Had or have breast cancer
- Have uterine or cervical cancer
- Have liver disease
- Have uterine abnormalities, such as fibroids, that interfere with the placement or retention of the Mirena IUD
- Have a pelvic infection or have a history of pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)
- Have unexplained vaginal bleeding
- Have inflammation of the vagina or cervix or a lower genital tract infection
- Are allergic to any component of the Mirena IUD
- Have or are at high risk of a sexually transmitted infection
- Have had previous problems with an IUD.