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Confused Tarlov Cyst and pregnancy

Hi everyone. I hope you all have a painless day today. Iíve been recently diagnosed with Tarlov Cyst in S1/S2 and now I know the reason for my back pain which I suffered for many years. On the other hand, Iím supposed to start IVF next month to make my lifetime dream come true! I was wondering if anyone here with Tarlov Cyst has gone thru IVF and pregnancy? Thank you for sharing your experiences.
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