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Comment from: cat, 45-54 Female (Patient) Published: February 15

Just had a bartholin cyst drained this morning. Had no idea what it was. Woke up with it four days ago. My gynecologist stated that it is not from a sexually transmitted disease, that is what they used to think. I have only one partner. For the last couple of months, I have periodically felt like I was having a bladder infection..For which I know you can buy over the counter medications to help with the uneasy feeling of wanting to urinate (which I was treating). Still waiting to see if that was the case. Very painful! Wished I would have gotten something for my pain!

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