I went to the doctor last year for pain in pelvic area doctor did a test I had a close left tube and a small cyst on right ovary doctor said it was too small to remove. A month or two later I went back to the doctor because I still continue to have pain the doctor said it could be because you ovulating or your menstrual is coming ... Here it is a year later I continue to have the same exact pain and pelvic area same doctor same results same problem I want to know can this keep me from getting pregnant later down the line or even now I still yet to get pregnant and I don't practice safe sex with my boyfriend that I have been with for six years now not saying that I'm trying to get pregnant but it's weird that I never got pregnant without using a condom can this be the reason ?
If you are ovulating from your right ovary and your right tube is open there is no reason you can't get pregnant. It is a little more difficult because you don't ovulate from the same ovary all the time. I had my right fallopian tube removed, so it took me a little longer to get pregnant, but I did it. So you need to stop having unprotected sex if you don't want to be pregnant right now, because you hit the right time (or the wrong time) and you'll get pregnant.
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