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What could be causing fluid to build up ?

I had partial hysterectomy June, 2009 for suspected adenomyosis. I started having similar symptoms that led to surgery in January, 2010. Utrasound March, 2010 showed ovarian cyst and fluid in fallopian tubes. What could be causing fluid to build up ? I am currently in the final weeks of training for a half marathon. Could it be from all the running ? I am currently running 20-30 miles a week.
Asked On : Sat, 17 Apr 2010
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General Surgeon 's  Response
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the ovarian cyst and collection of fluid in tubes not due to running
blockage of tube at terminal end may give rise to collection of fluid known as hydrosalpinx
ovarian cyst may be a benign condition ,cause not definite .may be due to hormonal imbalance
please get a gynaecological check up and follow advice
Answered: Wed, 23 Nov 2011
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Hi. It is probably the affects of the surgery that these fluids might have appeared and not the physical exercise.. The other possible cause is infection.. Running and physical exercise wouldn't cause these symptoms..

Answered: Fri, 23 Apr 2010
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