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Last 2 days when I take a bath,and I clean my private part I touch the small I don't know if I call cyst in my right side of my bartholin duct.but I don't even feel the pain or itching,just normal like before.im 31yrs old and now Im treating urine infection.I don't know maybe it cause of my infection?and almost 2yrs no sex intercourse. pls any suggestions im so worried.tnx much.

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    I think your urine infection harms your bartholin gland .. so , you have to treat that infection..then bartholin gland will get better.. it likely will go on its own.. sit in warm bath several times a day for 10 minutes... if all that dont help.. you have to go to a doctor
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      Thank you,and iappreciate ..yes I'll take antibiotic now 2days ago.still now I observe any development..but like I'm told no pain no itching I feel normal like before. But everytime I clear my private part I always touch that cyst. I'm so worried.maybe I try ur said sit in a warm water.I hope it's gonna work..I hope..thank you so much sadeem.godbless

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      Hi mayahh56,

      I had a bartholin cyst for about 4 years. I was constantly getting cystitis and urine infections and i totally beleive the 2 are related.

      Go to your gp and get it checked out.

      I had marsupialization surgery 10 days ago so im dying to see if my urine infections will stop. Keep us posted on your progress.

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      No need dearsmile

      I'm not a doctor but I know lots about it since I've been suffering for 7 years and I've read too much about it

      I decided finally to tell my mum and go to a doctor

      I was worried but when I served this website I felt that I'm not alone ........

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