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Hello. I wondered if anyone could give me some insight. I had a C-section in 2008 and now I get this incredible pain along the right side of my C-section scar after my menstrual flow ends. I have had two very early stage miscarriages since my C-section which is a little disheartening because we would like to have another child. I had a diagnostic laproscopy in January in which my doctor removed a bunch of scar tissue and two small dots of endometriosis, but the pain still returns each month the day after my period ends and lasts about a week. My doctor gave me an MRI and said if I had endometriosis in the scar that the MRI should pick it up. So I still do not have a diagnosis. Do you have an idea of what this could be? Would my laproscopy have been able to rule out ovarian cancer?
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