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Have swollen gland in medein labia. How to handle this?

Hello, I went to the doctor and was told I had a swollen gland in medein labia and I could see a specialist but other than that i was to go on like nothing no hot presses or anything different than showers no attibotics nothing! Unless puss or cyst they could do nothing. I had them do a pap smear and annual checkup can you please give me some adivice on how to handle this problem I do have an appt with specialist in May
Asked On : Sat, 6 Apr 2013
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hi,thanks for asking health care magic
painless swelling inside labia with no other symptoms,,,it can be bartholins cyst.which is a swelling of bartholin"s glands which are normally present...eventhough these dont bother much sometimes they get infected,or cause problems during intercourse etc,,,,get it checked and confirmed and treated by a gynaecologist ..bye take care
Answered: Sat, 6 Jul 2013
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