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Recurring lump on vagina, clear fluid, pain during sex, mucopurulent cervicitis. Treatment?

20 years old, female, had clamydia once. Just went to the doctor said i had mucopurulent cervictis, but was free of stds. took all medication . But i still have a reacurring lump on the right side of vagina , clear fluid comes out if i mash it when it swells.is this a bartholin gland problem? alot of discomfort durring sex, and started to itch alot more since i tolld them medication. please help?
Asked On : Sat, 11 Aug 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Jul 2012
Hi there sharon. Yes it appears from your history & description that you have a bartholin's cyst. I advise abstinence until this issue clears up. Probably a fungal infection or mixed infection in addition. please visit your gynec or dermatologist near you for a prescription. If you should desire discretion, you may contact me on this portal in private & do please upload photographs after clicking on ask your doctor icon. Fluconazole tablets & tinnidazole tablets in prescribed doses as per your body weight are the order of the day for the moment. cheers & look forward to a speedy recovery. Dr praveen RodriguesMD Dermatologist, Cosemtologist & Venreologist, Bangalore
Answered: Sun, 12 Aug 2012
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