Bartholin’s Cyst Treatment At 40 Days Pregnant?
I’m 23 years old, I want to ask I’m 40 days pregnant, at first I didn’t know until yesterday afternoon I consulted the doctor he said he was positive for a new Batholi cyst the size of a pea but this morning it broke on its own, what I want to ask is if it’s not dangerous for you me and my content, how to handle it, please helprnrnThank you
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Bartholin's cyst is characterized by a mass that appears on the inside of the vagina, it can be right, left, or both. This mass arises due to inflammation of the Bartholin's glands, which are glands that are normally in charge of producing vaginal lubricating fluid, including during sexual intercourse. There are many triggers for this inflammation, the most common of which is infection. In addition, inflammation can also occur due to increased glandular activity due to hormonal influences, one of which can appear during pregnancy. As a result of this inflammation, the production of Bartholin's gland secretions will increase. This will trigger the thickening of the gland wall to form a fluid-filled sac called a cyst.
Bartholin's cyst in most cases is not a dangerous condition and does not interfere with pregnancy. It could also be, the cyst will burst or deflate by itself without leaving any significant complaints. If after the rupture you no longer experience any complaints, then the inflammation in your Bartholin's glands has subsided. However, if after surgery you still feel uncomfortable sensations, such as lumps, swelling, redness, fever, and abnormal discharge, then you should still have it checked directly by a gynecologist. If adequate, then disease-causing microorganisms are susceptible to multiply so that it can cause repeated inflammation.
At this time, you should not touch or apply excessive pressure to your genital area where a cyst has grown, especially with questionable hands. Always rinse your genitals using clean water, if necessary warm temperatures, after every bowel movement so that the inflammation around the genitals subsides. Wear clean, dry, loose, and soft underwear and pants. Limit excessive sexual intercourse first to minimize the risk of infection and irritation of the intimate organs.
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dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah