Bartholin's cyst is a disease caused stored fluid which is accumulated during the opening of the gland (duct) blocks, perhaps causes infection or injury. As the cyst is improved, it might feel a lump or mass near vaginal opening. Bartholin's cyst requires no treatment especially if the cyst causes no signs or symptoms. When needed, treatment depends on the size of the cyst, discomfort level and whether it's infected, which can result in an abscess.
This infection might show its effect within few days. According to statistics in 83.5% female population in Ireland cause for death for Bartholin's cyst is 0.41% out of 3.33%. This is form of infection, in abscess. Including bacteria such as Escherichia coli (E. coli) are extended to prone disease that can be a sexually transmitted infection which may be gonorrhea and chlamydia. A pain is initiated and makes discomfort during walking or sitting.
It also affects during the intercourse, there may attack as a fever. There's no way to prevent a Bartholin's cyst. Rarely, for persistent cysts that aren't effectively treated by the above procedures, your doctor may recommend surgery to remove the Bartholin's gland. Surgical removal is usually done in a hospital under general anesthesia. Surgical removal of the gland carries a greater risk of bleeding or complications after the procedure. However, practicing safe sex in particular, using a condom and maintaining good hygiene habits may help to prevent infection of a cyst and the formation of an abscess.