Herbal tea and natural recipe against bartholinitis

The vestibular gland is two small organs under the skin in a woman's genital area. They are on either side of the skin folds (lips) that surround the vagina and urethra. Most of the time, you cannot feel or see these glands. If a Bartholin's duct is blocked, fluid builds up in the gland.

The blocked gland is called a vestibular gland cyst. (Sometimes this is called a vestibular gland duct cyst.) These cysts can range in size from a pea to a large ball. They generally grow slowly. If the Bartholin's gland or duct is infected, it is called a Bartholin's gland abscess.

Bartholin's gland cysts are often small and painless. Some disappear without treatment. But if you have symptoms, you may want treatment. If the cyst is infected, you will need treatment.

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Causes of vestibular gland cyst

Things like infection, thick mucus, or swelling can block a Bartholin gland duct and cause a cyst. The cyst may grow larger after intercourse because the glands produce more fluid during intercourse.

Home remedies for vestibular gland cysts and abscesses Before trying them, you should decide whether, in the case of small cysts that do not bother you otherwise, it is better to leave them alone. The skin of the vulva and vagina is very delicate and the application of products such as tea tree oil can cause you some discomfort.

Proceed with caution. Phoebe's cure You will need- 1-ounce calamine lotion 1 teaspoon of tea tree oil 1 tsp witch hazel Put everything on cotton or gauze and apply for an hour (or more). Other sufferers have had better results by increasing the ingredients to, for example, 6 oz of calamine and 2 teaspoons of tea tree oil and witch hazel.

You may need to play around with the “recipe” to find what works best for you. Sitz bath You can buy sitz baths on Amazon, a plastic bowl that fits over your toilet and allows you to sit in it to bathe your nether regions in warm water.

Otherwise, just fill your tub with water up to your hips. Try adding Epsom salts or sea salt if you don't have anything else on hand. Soak for about 20 minutes 3-4 times a day, depending on how painful your cysts or abscesses are.

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Hot water bottle

You can try to "pop" the cysts by sitting on a hot water bottle but make sure it's wrapped in a muslin cloth or tea towel to avoid burning yourself. hot compress Alternatively, you can use a washcloth dipped in hot water and wrung out thoroughly.

Apply the compress for 10 minutes and repeat 4 times a day.

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Tea tree oil or witch hazel

Add a few drops to a cotton ball and apply. Check first if you need to dilute it. Pride This is a homoeopathic drawing balm that claims to "draw out pus and infection".

Its main ingredients are carbolic acid, arnica, calendula, echinacea and sulfur in an ointment of beeswax, petroleum jelly and parabens.

Apply directly or on a gauze pad

A much cheaper alternative would be magnesium sulfate paste, a topical treatment for skin infections such as boils and carbuncles (so roughly similar).

Pride is an American product that you may not be able to get so easily in the UK. Silica supplement Silica is a trace element that the body only needs in small quantities.

It is said to support joint structures, healthy hair, skin and nails while its effectiveness for Bartholin's cysts appears to be anecdotal.

Silicea 10 homoeopathic remedy

There seems to be some confusion between silica and silica 10, a homoeopathic remedy for cysts. I have tried the latter several times. These are little sugar pills that you place under your tongue until they dissolve. Serrapeptase Supplement Serrapeptase is an enzyme that acts as an anti-inflammatory and analgesic.

It is said to boost antibiotic activity and fight bacterial resistance. There are huge claims made for Serrapeptase but again its reputation seems to be based on hearsay. I have taken this supplement many times but not sure if it made a big difference.

They are advised to be taken on an empty stomach, so watch the dose as the stronger ones can upset your stomach a bit.

castor oil

Castor oil can help cysts in the same way as apple cider vinegar or tea tree. Research shows that this oil is antimicrobial, making it effective at killing bacteria that live in the skin (causing, for example, cysts and acne). Apply directly to the cyst on gauze or cotton.

Calamine Lotion

The stuff we were coated in when we were kids to treat chickenpox - helps dry up oozing skin irritations and is one of the key ingredients in Phoebe's Cure (see above).

Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera has confirmed its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties and both can help relieve the pain and irritation of cysts. It can also help reduce the appearance or get rid of certain cysts caused by bacteria or other pathogens.

You can find aloe vera gel at your local pharmacy or online. Those unfortunate enough to suffer from these plagues repeatedly may use one or more of these remedies while waiting to see their doctor. It's a matter of trial and error.


Tea tree oil:

Applying a mixture of tea tree oil and castor oil to the abscess can help with drainage. Tea tree oil has natural antibacterial properties. Use gauze to apply the mixture and place a warm compress on the gauze. Hold in place for 15 minutes.

Apple cider vinegar (ACV):

Typically, people who use apple cider vinegar to treat a Bartholin's abscess dilute it and apply it to the cyst with a cotton ball. You might also like:



When the abscess "bursts"

Affected individuals report that when their abscesses burst, there will be a lot of nasty fluid oozing out of the cyst.

You may need to wear a sanitary napkin. The cyst site and the surrounding skin can be sensitive, so you should make sure you wash it gently and then call your GP for a check-up.

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