Will epsom salt baths help a tender bartholin cyst?

Warm water only. Skip the Epsom salts and use simply warm water baths as the magnesium in the Epsom salts can cause vaginal pH changes and problems.

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Are epsom salt baths better than a regular bath for bartholin cysts?

Not likely. A bath of any kind may be soothing but neither a regular bath or salt bath is likely to solve the problem of a Bartholin cyst. If the cyst is bothersome it can be drained by your doctor. If the cyst has become infected and is now an abscess then prompt treatment is warranted. Read more...

Bartholin cyst occur for me quite often around period. Can I do Epsom salts before and after period to prevent?

You can. You can do it and if it helps its great. If it continues to recurr several times in a year, you may need a surgery where they can fix the bartholin gland so that they dont get blocked repeatedly Best wishes dr M. Read more...

I had my hamstring reattatched 3 weeks ago and it's very sore. I had an ultrasound today no blood clots. Would an Epsom salt bath help with the pain?

Soreness is part of. the healing process. Hamstring rupture and reattachment is a very traumatic event. It will take time and rehabilitation to get back to normal. Warm baths are a good way to relax the muscles, if your surgeon has approved you to bathe at this point. NSAIDs and gentle stretching supervised by a physical therapist can also help. Talk to your surgeon to be sure. Read more...