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My mom had pre-cancerous cells in her uterus at 33 yrs old. Now she worries about me. Should I get tested? I am now 32. I had severe dysplasia in 98 and endo in 2001. April 2006 had lap for scar adhesion from 2-c sections 2001 & 2003. I still have left sided sharp stabbing pains, and the bloating has come back. That was my main problem before the lap in April. I had bloating and pain with ovulation. The scar tissue had my uterus stuck to my abdominal wall. That was the cause of the tearing pain, but not the sharp stabbing pain. Is it possible to have endo in my ovary where the doctor couldn't see it? Because he said there was no sign of endo during last lap.
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