Bartholin glands are situated on either side of the vaginal opening. Obstruction of the ducts cause the development of a cyst.

Bartholin Cyst 101:

This cyst is caused when the ducts that connect the glands to the vulva become obstructed, leading to a fluid-filled sack – the cyst.

What is a Bartholin Cyst?

There may be different factors that cause the condition, here are the most common ones: - Bacterial infection, duct blockage.

Causes of Bartholin Cysts:

 The signs include: Swelling near vaginal opening, - Redness, - Pain or discomfort, - Pain during intercourse.

Symptoms of Bartholin Cysts:

Home remedies that include warm sitz baths, - Drainage, Marsupialization, - Placing a Word catheter, - Surrgical removal

Treatment Options: