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Yes, there are chances for the recurrence of chocolate cyst.
Usually the cyst wall is removed while doing cystectomy (removal of the cyst) to decrease the chances of recurrence.
For this, you can consult your gynaecologist and take only progesterones or GnRH agonists (Gonadotropin-Releasing Hormone Agonists).
You can get your ovulation study done to see the number and size of developing follicles and their rupture, which means ovulatory cycles.
If you are planning for a pregnancy then best will be to get a diagnostic laparoscopy done which will confirm the actual status of the cyst along with tubal patency, etc., and so many other things.
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