Hi, I’m 20 years old and two years ago I gave a birth to a healthy little girl, but I had many problems during birth. I had an emergency C-section due to hemorrhaging in my 18th hour of labor. At my 6 week check up, my doctor advised me to get the mirena IUD, I did. One year later, I was a victim of rape and caught an STD from it, due to that I went ahead and had the mirena removed. My mirena was displaced and broken on one side, it was in a literal sense, yanked out of me. Now, I’m facing fluid and blockages in my Fallopian tubes. I’m not sure what they’ll do, but I’ve mostly heard surgery to be the number one fix. Has anyone been through this? Anything similar? I’m worried and scared and just want some advice. 

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I was diagnosed with hydrosalpings before I had my daughter. I was told both tubes were filled with fluid and I would not get pregnant without doing IVF. So I had surgery to cut and cauterize the tubes. They were going to remove them but there was difficulty in doing so.  I then went through IVF to have my daughter, who is now 12, but it only worked once even though we tried for another!

Good luck!

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