I want to ask, is Skene cyst and Bartholin Cyst same thing?
7 months before I had two acne sort of thing on my inner labi and they burst and was ok in 2 weeks
3 days before I have got again a acne sort of thing only one. Same place where I had those before
I had all the test before all the STD's everything was negative
Today I went again for al those STD test to sexual health clinic everything is ok
No pain, but when i press i feel a bit
sometimes it has little itch.
when i get up in the morning i have itching (little bit)
Size is same, some times its hard sometimes its normal
The doctor told me its SKENE Cyst. She told me that you need a minor surgery for this.
I want to know what is the cause?
Will it finish on its own like it did before?
Is surgery important?
is there any link with cancer?
How can I prevent it in future?
Will it come back if I go through surgery?
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