Bartholin Gland Cyst Treatment, Symptoms And Causes
The Bartholin gland cyst is two little organs under the skin in a female’s genital region. They are on either side of the folds of skin known as labia that encompass the vagina and urethra. Mostly, you can’t feel or see these organs. The Bartholin glands make a little measure of discharge that infuses the external genital parts, or vulva. This liquid leaves two minor tubes beside the opening of the vagina. These tubes are called Bartholin tubes. A Bartholin duct gets blocked, liquid develops in the organ. The blocked organ is known as a Bartholin gland cyst. (sometimes, it’s known as a Bartholin tube blister) These growths can go in evaluation from a pea to an extensive sandstone. They typically develop gradually. The Bartholin glands or tube gets infectious, it’s known as a Bartholin organ ulcer and needs Bartholin gland cyst treatment.
Bartholin gland cysts are regularly less and easy. Some left without treatment. In any case, You have side effects, you may need Bartholin gland cyst treatment. Sometimes, the growth is infectious, you will require treatment. Things like a contamination, thick bodily fluid, or swelling can resist a Bartholin gland tube and cause a cyst. The growth can get higher after sex, in light of the fact that the organs make more discharge during sex. Infected Bartholin blisters are caused by sexually transmitted diseases. You can bring down your risk of STIs by utilizing a condom when you engage in sexual relations.
Bartholin Cyst Symptoms – Bartholin Gland Cyst Treatment
You may not have any signs or symptoms if the Bartholin gland cyst is very small. But an enhanced cyst or an infected cyst can cause symptoms. Signs of a cyst that is not infected include:
- Discomfort when you walk, sit, or have sex
- Redness or swelling in the vulva area
- A painless lump in the vulva area.
Symptoms of an infected cyst include:
- Fever and chills
- Swelling of the vulva area
- Drainage from the cyst
- Pain that gets worse and makes it hard to walk, sit, or move around.
Bartholin Gland Cyst Treatment
A pustule is little and shows no expressions, our gynecologist may prescribe no Bartholin cyst treatment, yet the patient will be made a request to report any development in the span of the sore. Any irregularity in the vaginal zone ought to be accounted for, particularly if the patient has begun the menopause. Treatment is offered by our gynecologist Dr. Goufin Liu, the specialist may recommend anti-infection agents and also provide effective treatment with Chinese herbal medicines. Once in a while, minor surgery is suggested.
This will involve:
- Inserting a tube into the cyst
- Inflating the tube to fix it in place
- leaving the tube for 2 to 4 weeks, to allow the liquid to drain through the catheter, and a normal opening to form