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I had surgery in early august... My Dr. was going to remove my right fallopian tube due to hydrosalpinx. When she got in there with the divincci robot she saw a cyst keeping the fluid in my tube. She then burst the cyst and drained the fluid, and saved my tube. Well, since then I have had a cyst rupture. I now am having the same pain I have had all along. Its on my lower right side of my pelvic region and in to my back and down my leg... Why would this keep happening? Also, I've been trying to get pregnant for almost a year and nothing. I was completely fine untill I had mirena inserted. A few months after I got the iud I had the pains. Then I was told it was caused by the fluid and we wanted a baby so I had mirena removed and am still having the same issues. could the Mirena have been the causes?
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