Bartholin Gland Cyst & MucinexHi Ladies. I am 30 yo and have been suffering with a bartholin gland cyst for about a year and a half now. My gyno reccommended hot epsom salt sitz baths and lots of vitimin C before any surgical intervention was even discussed. Unfortunately the baths only made matters worse by giving me yeast infections. Since I refused having it lanced I've been suffering. About 5 months ago I got bronchitis. I Went to my primary Dr who prescribed the antiobiotic zithromaz. I was also taking over the counter cold remedies Mucinex, Bronkaid, and chewable (shorten your cold) Zicam. About 10 days later I noticed my bartholin cyst just dissapeared. I always thought it was the antiobiotics. Granted it slowly came back over the next 5 months and about 2 weeks ago was at its largest. Not painful, just annoying, ugly, and it ached when I was arroused. So I got to thinking. What could have possibly made it go away. Lightbulb went off .. THE COLD REMEDIES!! So I ran down to the drug store and bought the same drugs. Zicam, Mucinex, and bronkaid. Desperate .. for the past 10 days I've been taking 1 a day and behold .. the BARTH FROM HELL IS FINALLY GONE. It slowly just shrunk and dissapeared. I told my gyno and she said 'it makes sence, mucinex thins and breaks up thick mucus in your body. The fluid in the gland is so thick it cannot come through the duct in the gland causing a blockage' . The Mucinex thins the fluid and allows it to flow freely.' TRY IT.. Hope it helps. I cant promise it wont come back but drink lots of water and take a mucinex once a week to prevent future flare ups. I know how annoying and frustrating these things are. I wouldnt wish one on my worst enemy. Would love to hear your feedback and again .. I REALLY hope this helps you all.
ladyluck518 on 2013-08-06
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