I had a tl when I was 23. I am now 27. Up until a few months ago, I have had no problems. I never got cramps or anything like that. Lately every so often, i've been getting severe pain on the right side of my abdomine. Not often, maybe once every couple of weeks or so. It lasts maybe 20 minutes and is gone. The pain is enough that it hurts to move. Does anyone know, if that could mean that the tubal is reversing itself? This was suggested to me, and I was wondering what the likelihood is.
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replied August 25th, 2005
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It's very unlikely that your tubal could reverse itself. When done, the doctor actually cuts and cauterizes (burns) the end of the tube sealing it shut. I wonder if maybe you're experiencing ovulation which would occur every few weeks and last only a short time. Or maybe you have a cyst on your ovary which is causing the pain during ovulation. Your doctor could do a pelvic ultrasound to check your ovaries or to look for the cause for your pain.
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replied September 2nd, 2005
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I had a tl when I was 21 since then I have had to have 2 surgeries both for cists.Alot of other women I know have the same problem all starting after they got "fixed" I wish I had never gotten it done. I get the most awful cramps that would literally put me to the floor. After a while it felt like a something popped and then I would be fine. My doc told me that it was just cists and they popped and went away. It can also make you throw up, run a fever, and feel like you have the flue. If you get to where the pain wont go away (which I did) you may want to see a doctor. I ended up with hemagoratic cists that had to be removed.But usually they will go away on their own.
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