Q. I was treated with Flucloxacillin for an abcess located in the area of tissue to the right of my clitoris, on the day i finished the course the abcess began to swelll up and become painful again. My GP says it is a Bartholins cyst and has now prescribed coamoxiclav, today it ruptured but has not fully drained. Is this a Bartholins cyst – it is not located at the opening of the posterior vagina and even my gp said the location is unusual? What could it be? it is not due to STI/STD and ive never had the issue before. Thank you.,
A. Thanks for your interesting question. I would suggest that you would have had a Vulval abscess – in specific terms – a para-clitoral or labial abscess. All abscess, need to drain or be drained. I hope this helps, perhaps go back to your GP with this information and ask what they think about it, alternatively try and visit a local gyneacologist. good luck
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