Bartholin’s Cyst Explained
Bartholin’s glands are small, pea-sized glands at the entrance of the vagina, behind the lips (labia minora). Secretions from these glands provide some of the lubrication during sexual intercourse.
Consultant gynaecologist, Mr Saurabh Phadnis, talks to Netdoctor and explains how to spot Bartholin’s cysts, abscesses and Bartholinitis. Click here to read the article.