Bartholin's cyst - NHS - Cysts on vagina

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Vaginal cysts are closed pockets of air, fluid, or pus located on or under the vaginal lining. There are several types of vaginal cysts. These can. WebMD explains symptoms, causes, and treatments of vaginal cysts.

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By Gogal - 21:35
Cysts are sac-like lumps that are neither painful nor dangerous. Some are microscopic, while others grow to the size of an orange. They can.
By Akinomi - 19:39
A Bartholin's cyst is a fluid-filled lump near the vaginal opening. It's rarely serious, but when infected, it can be painful.
By Sanris - 19:52
The Bartholin glands are located at the entrance to a woman's vagina, one on each side. Bartholin gland cysts can be itchy and painful. Causes include bacteria.

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