Bartholin CYST

Bartholin CYSTA Bartholin Cyst is a cyst or lump that is filled with pus. The cysts typically occur on only one side of the vaginal entrance. This a condition that happens to women. These cysts can be found in women of yong age as well as those above 40 years. But they are more commonly found in women of reproductive age. The disease is common in women who are in their twnties. About 2% of the population of women in the United States suffers from this condition every year. Bartholin Cyst has been named after Caspar Bartholin, an anatomist of the late-1800s. He was the first medical professional to make a research about the existence and functioning of the Bartholin glands.

 

 

 

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