Skene s duct cysts picture - Doctor answers
Have you ever dealt with the Skene's duct? I've been told that I have a pretty big cyst on it and the urologist I went to see had no idea what it was.
Consult: Go to a urogynecologist they are dual specialists. Skenes glands are the embryological anlagae of the prostate gland and sometimes secrete fluids during sexual stimulation. ...Read more
A cyst is a structure or mass that consists of a cellular lined sac. It is typically filled with fluid but may be filled with solid material. It can be congenital, traumatic, or acquired. They may develop nearly anywhere in the body and usually require complete excision for eradication or they are likely to recur. Fluid filled sacs that are not cellular lined ...Read more
Remnant of the past: Long before we are born, we have a connection between our bladder and umbilical cord. It's a tube called the urachal duct. It shrivels away and becomes a tiny empty remnant of a duct as a baby develops and matures. In a few people, part of the duct remains and can have some fluid inside it... Which is called a cyst. The cyst may enlarge over time (sometimes get infected). Surgery removes the cyst. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Gartner's Duct Cyst: A gartner's dut cyst is a cyst (small collection of fluid) that is found in the side-wall of the vagina. There can be one or more than one, of various sizes. These cysts are benign and typically are asymptomatic. If for any reason it bothers you, is increasing in size, preventing you from inserting a tampon or having sex comfortably, it can easily be removed; just discuss with your gyn. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Tear Duct Cysts: A blocked tear duct from a sty or chalazion can be helped by applying warm compress 4 times a day. If the tear duct is blocked by something else, you will have to make an appointment with an ophthalmologist to, get it evaluated. Any such blockage can result in headaches. ...Read more
Thyroglossal cyst: The cystic cavity may drain its contents to the skin at any time. This in effect may cause it to "shrink" although the cyst itself is still present and the abnormal tissue cavity will likely refill itself. Most of these aren't found until adult life, and most present as infections. This cyst can extend from the tongue down into the neck and must be carefully evaluated and possibly removed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sistrunk procedure.: Most patients are asleep for this surgery. An incision is made over the cyst. The cyst is removed plus its thin tract, which extends upward near the middle of a small bone called the hyoid, up into the deep muscles of the tongue. The central hyoid and a cuff of deep tongue muscle are removed to ensure the entire tract had been included. This method greatly lowers risk that cyst can reoccur. ...Read more
Cyst: Probably lack of complete removal at the first place. ...Read more
Sistrunk: Procedure. It includes removing central portion of hyoid bone. ...Read more
Depends on situation: Over time these will usually become infected from germs descending from somewhere near the base of the tongue to the cyst. Elective removal by an ENT surgeon is often done beforehand, or may be needed more urgently if the cyst does become infected. ...Read more
Cyst and part hyoid: The sistrunk procedure to remove a thyroglossal duct cyst means an incision on the neck, remove the cyst and the tract leading from the cyst to the base of tongue where it started in the embryo. This operation always removes the central portion of the hyoid bone in order to get the entire tract. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Thyroglossal Duct: A thyroglossal duct cyst is a congenital anomaly, meaning that you were born with it. Many times, they get infected and have to be drained. If no infection or after infection is treated, we usually recommend having them removed. The procedure to remove it and to reduce the chance of it coming back is called a sistrunk procedure. See your local ENT doctor for all the specifics. ...Read more
Don't worry: A gartner's duct cyst is a vaginal wall cyst that is generally harmless (benign). The are usually easily treated by opening and draining, but if it is not causing you any discomfort, it would be worth watching and waiting. If it causes you discomfort it can be treated by your ob-gyn. In either case does not represent anything dangerous or bad, just unpleasant. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possibly, not likely: Any genital surgery can affect the birth canal, however if your gartner's duct cyst was properly removed you should be ok. Please consult with your obstetrician/gynecologist because a pelvic examination is required to answer your question. Take Folic Acid 1-5 mg daily and best of luck! ...Read more
Hi, I was diagnosed with a gartners duct cyst, and I have to have surgery, and I was wondering do you have any pain after the surgery?
Vaginal cysts: It's unusual to require surgery for a gartners duct cyst. They are fairly common ; don't normally cause any trouble. In rare cases, they may enlarge ; need to be drained. Most gynecologists have felt hundreds of these cysts during their careers. I would be cautious about unnecessary removal because although the vaginal usually heals very well, it's possible to get painful scar tissue. ...Read more
My Gartner's duct cyst doesn't bother me. But my urogynaecologist recommends marsupialisation, saying that the cyst could rupture. How likely is that?
You have to: Trust your urogynecologist because only your doc has actually seen and examined you and followed the course of the cyst. None of the docs here have that information ...Read more