Persistent Bartholin CystHi...
I've had a right sided bartholin cyst for about 5 years, I had been very stressed and had a bad infection at the time, it wasn't painful, so I left it alone and treated the infection with topical creams.. few months after I had another one on the left side, slightly bigger, but too, not painful. I've noticed over the years that they slightly vary in size, 0.5 cm up or down.
Lately I've been more upset about them, I really ashamed that I have them. I've read that they usually appear on, but not both.
I've tried searching for remedies online, and tried few of them.
The sitz bath partially help (it doesn't reduce the size, I even tried massaging it in the bath, that wasn't successful
I also saw recommendation to use the Tea Tree Oil, Calamine Lotion and Witch Hazel; I tried that few times and it seems that the Tea Tree Oil just irritated my skin without any reduction in size. It might be helpful for an abscess, but definitely not for my chronic cyst.
I saw few recommendation about Silicea, that help cleans the body from any cyst or abscesses, I tried Silicea 30c, Silicea 6x with Puls 200c.
Started talking Mucinex, as well as Apple Cider Vinegar. But very little progress.
I would rather get rid of them naturally, than getting them surgically drain if I had the option.
Have anyone been experiencing such a thing, and how did you deal with them
EmmaCarlisle on 2013-12-15
♡ kadwa 9 years ago
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