Our expert says:
I doubt that the cyst was caused due to you having had the Mirena device inserted. The Mirena device is lightly coated with progesterone, which suppresses ovulation and the only hormonal side effects, are lighter menstrual bleeding and spotting during the first month.
The cyst is not cancerous and it will not turn into a cancerous growth. The reason for your doctor prescribing the Provera is to restore the lining of the uterus. The Provera will definately not cause cancer and should be beneficial to your symptoms.
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