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At our Gynaecology Clinic in London, we understand the discomfort and frustration that come with Bartholin cysts. These tiny fluid-filled sacs can cause significant pain and discomfort, interfering with your life. Our team of experienced and compassionate specialists is here to help you overcome this challenge and regain your reproductive health.

Our state-of-the-art facility is equipped with the latest technology, ensuring the most advanced and effective treatments for Bartholin cysts. Our experts employ surgical and non-surgical techniques to provide customized care.

Whether you’re dealing with a small cyst or a complex condition, we are here to provide the support and guidance you need to make informed decisions about your health. You’ll receive attention and compassionate care from start to finish.

We believe in the power of patient-centred care. We work closely with you to ensure a comfortable and successful outcome. Don’t let Bartholin cysts control your life any longer. Take charge of your reproductive health with expert care from our Gynaecology Clinic.

  • Pain management
  • Minimally invasive procedure
  • Laser treatment
Benefits of Bartholin cysts treatment
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Relief from symptoms like pain and discomfort
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Prevent the development of an abscess
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Improve the appearance
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Help you to restore normal activities
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Prevent you from recurrence
Treating Bartholin Cysts: Surgical and Non-Surgical Treatment Options

The Bartholin glands near the vaginal opening can cause small lumps, known as Bartholin cysts. Blocked glands result in the buildup of secretion and the formation of the cyst. Although painless, these cysts can bring discomfort and hinder your quality of life. Discover the surgical and non-surgical options available for treating Bartholin cysts.

Surgical treatment options
  • Marsupialisation

    This procedure involves making a small incision in the cyst and then suturing the edges to the surrounding tissue, allowing the cyst to drain naturally. This procedure is usually performed under local anaesthesia and has a high success rate.

  • Excision

    This procedure involves removing the cyst and the surrounding tissue. This procedure is usually performed under general anaesthesia and may require a short hospital stay.

Non-Surgical treatment options
  • Sitz Baths

    Sitz baths involve sitting in a warm bath for 20-30 minutes several times a day. This treatment option can reduce the pain and discomfort associated with Bartholin cysts and may help reduce the size of the cyst.

  • Warm Compresses

    Placing a warm compress on the affected area for 20-30 minutes several times a day can also help to reduce the pain and discomfort associated with Bartholin cysts.

  • Antibiotics

    If a Bartholin cyst becomes infected, doctors may prescribe antibiotics to help clear the infection.

Whether you opt for surgical or non-surgical treatment, the most important thing is to seek medical attention to ensure the best outcome. With the ideal treatment, you can get back to life without the discomfort and pain associated with Bartholin cysts.


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
  • Q1) What causes the formation of a Bartholin cyst?
  • Q2) Can you describe the symptoms of a Bartholin cyst?
  • Q3) What therapies are available for a Bartholin cyst?
  • Q4) Can a Bartholin cyst turn cancerous?
  • Q5) Is there anything I can do to prevent the development of a Bartholin cyst?

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