Average Bartholin’s Cyst Removal costs are € 774, based on Bartholin’s Cyst Removal prices from 8 clinics. Cheapest Bartholin’s Cyst Removal cost is € 664 where Bartholin’s Cyst Removal prices can go up to € 885.
Bartholin’s Cyst Removal prices vary greatly depending on the clinic and the location. For example, Bartholin’s Cyst Removal in Turkey is a popular option where Bartholin’s Cyst Removal costs as low as € 664.
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Bartholin’s cyst is a medical condition that is caused by the blockage ofBartholin's gland. Generally, Bartholin's cyst does not require treatment when it shows no symptoms on the patient. If the patients suffer from discomfort or the cyst gets infected, it can be treated with antibiotics and sitz baths. However, if the cyst gets big and infected, surgical drainage can be applied to the patient;
Surgical drainage is a procedure in which the doctor applies local anesthesia to the patient and makes a small cut to the cyst that makes it drain over time.
Young and sexually active women, patients who never got pregnant before or only had one pregnancy are more likely to have Bartholin's cyst.
This procedure will be applied to the patient when the cyst is causing major discomfort to the patient, the cyst keeps recurring or it gets big and infected which can turn into an abscess on later stages.
Before the procedure, the patient should inform the doctor about any known allergies, about her medical history and the medications she is taking along with the dosages.
First, local anesthesia will be applied to the patient. After that, the doctor will proceed to make a small cut into the cyst which will make it drain. The doctor will then place a catheter (small-sized rubber tube) into the cut. It will stay there for a few weeks to keep the cut open and complete the drainage process.
After the procedure is complete, the doctor will educate the patient about how to treat the wound until the follow-up appointment. Also, the patient will be informed about vaginal drainage and possibly bleeding from the cut that was made during the operation.
Overnight stay is not required
30 to 60 minutes
It is usually safe to fly afterwards
Patients should have a pelvic rest for a minimum of 4-6 weeks meaning they should avoid intercourse or putting any other objects into the vaginal area.
Patients should have two follow-up visits during the first week after the operation for the doctor the check the placement of the catheter and the patient's comfort level. The recovery usually takes around 4 weeks and the patient should visit the doctor weekly until the recovery is complete. Depending on the wound, the doctor may need to remove fluids from the catheter on each visit.
After the drainage is complete, the patient should revisit the doctor for the catheter to be removed.
It is very rare but after the procedure, patients may suffer from swelling on the vaginal area, unusual vaginal discharge, bleeding more than expected from the wound, infection, pain or fever.
If the patients suffer from any of the occurrences above, they should immediately let their doctor know about it.
According to research, Bartholin's Cyst does not reoccur on 85%-95% of the patients after the procedure.
-How long does it take to recover after the procedure?
The recovery usually takes around 4 weeks to complete.
This content is written and reviewed by our medical content team in October, 2019.