I'm just wondering. Who was in charge of naming the Mirena IUD? How did they not take into consideration that there is a fairly common girls' name, MARINA, used with enough regularity in the United States that it's been on the charts since the 1920s, and even though it's spelled differently, it's pronounced almost the same?
That's like naming birth control Staysee, or developing an erect!le dysfunct!on medication and calling it Steev.
You just don't do it, out of respect for the Stacys and Steves in the world.
I'd be pissed if there was a new c0nd0m brand called Norruh.
*Certain words have been altered to avoid internet searches for those words landing on my blog for the wrong reasons. Some of the things I've seen in my stat counter are just creepy.