Pelvic pain, right tube removed, cyst on right ovary but not serious per doctor but pain on both sides trying to have kids. How can I tell ipregnant?

Normal preg test. A routine urine test (or blood test from your doctor) will diagnose pregnancy for you. No matter where or how you are pregnant, either test will show up positive. A negative result will say indeed if you are not pregnant. Once you have a positive test, call you doctor and get instructions for follow up, as you will want to rule out a tubal pregnancy.
Pregnancy test. Most drug store pregnancy tests are very reliable. Take one and you will likely know your answer.

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