Unusual vaginal bleeding, for example, after intercourse or after menopause; Watery vaginal discharge; A lump or mass in your vagina; Painful.
Bartholin cyst or abscess forms when fluid or pus builds up and forms a lump in one of the Bartholin glands. These glands are found on each.
Benign or malignant neoplasms of the vagina are uncommon. The differential diagnosis of a midline anterior vaginal mass includes urethral diverticulum.
There are typically no symptoms associated with vaginal cysts. You may notice a small lump protruding from the wall of the vagina or have pain.
We report a woman who presented with a vaginal mass located on the right inferior part of the external urethral meatus. The patient had a history of recurrent .