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Bartholin’s gland cysts are the most common type of cyst to occur in women of reproductive age. About two out of 10 women are likely to develop a Bartholin’s gland cyst or cysts at some time in their life. Since they’re often asymptomatic, many women don’t realize that they have Bartholin’s cysts. But if they start to grow or become infected, then pain at the site is quite common. Symptoms may include:
- Pain during sex and walking
- One side the labia majora hanging low
- Abnormal vaginal discharge
If left untreated, a cyst can lead to serious complications. Besides pain, the cyst can become infected and eventually burst. When an abscess ruptures inside the body it can potentially lead to blood poisoning.