I have always had problems with my period. Heavy bleeding, bad cramps, etc...I had a laporascopy 15 years ago to remove endometrosis and continued to have the same problems. In the past 1 1/2 years I have had 2 twice to remove endometrial polyps. I had the endometrial ablasion in January and have basically had no periods since. 2 weeks ago my lower back was hurting so bad I thought I was getting a kidney infection. I had never had that type of pain before. I actually started running a temp around 100. This lasted for 2 days. On the 3rd day I started a slight period. I little heavier since the ablasion but still not bad. The back pain immediatly went away. I had a CAT scan for another illness and they found that I had a cyst on my left ovary and fluid behind my uterus. My gyno said lets wait 6 weeks to see if it would go away. I had a ultrsound yesterday and the cyst is gone but the fluid is still behind the uterus. Was my back pain the result of the cyst and what are other reasons for having fluid behind my uterus if not from the cyst busting?
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