When What’s Common Becomes a Problem
In the vagina, harmless bumps and lumps are common. They can be too small to see, or as large as an orange.
The problem arises when that cyst causes discomfort, pain, adjacent organ problems, or infection. Most importantly, women above 40 years old should have cysts removed to ensure the cyst is non-cancerous.
1 or more, depending on possible recurrence
Can return to non-rigorous work within 2 days, 14 days for full recovery
What It Treats
How It Works
Benefits of Vaginal Cyst Removal in Houston, TX
Ensures cyst is not cancerous
Return to normal glandular flow (Bartholin's gland)
Re-establishment of healthy flora
Gets rid of infection odor
a passionate, experienced medical team
About ChristiMD Medical Group
ChristiMD Medical Group provides a trustworthy and welcoming space for men and women alike, offering the most advanced medical treatments available under one roof. Dr. Christi is double board certified in urology and urogynecology, with over 26 years of experience.
We’ve helped thousands of patients across Texas experience positive, life-changing results. Better doctor. Better techniques. Better results.
Frequently Asked Questions
No, vaginal cyst removal in Houston, TX, won’t affect your sex life. After the two weeks of healing, you should be able to return to your normal sexual activity.
Though the cause of a vaginal cyst is often unknown, the most common diagnosed reasons are Bartholin’s gland cysts, Skene’s gland cysts, urethral diverticulum, and inclusion cysts.
The usual side effects are temporary bleeding and mild discomfort at the removal sites due to scar tissue. This pain should pass as the body heals. Vary rarely, a catheter may be necessary for a limited time, as the bladder and ureters are in close proximity and the cyst removal may cause them some irritation/swelling. Also, further surgery may be necessary to remove any recurrence, even though all efforts are made to eliminate them permanently.
You’ll want to remove a cyst if it becomes infected or is causing discomfort. Also, the size and/or location of a cyst can affect other organs, such as your bladder/urethra. Some cysts can cause vaginal discharge with unpleasant odor. Women over 40 should have cysts removed and tested for cancer, as aging increases risk.