VAGINAL WALL CYSTS
Vaginal cyst is rare as there is no gland in the mucous coat. Small cysts may remain unnoticed. The common cysts that are found include Gartner’s duct cyst and epithelial inclusion cyst.
The Gartner’s duct cyst is usually situated in the anterolateral wall of the vagina. The epithelium is low columnar and secretes mucinous material which is pentup to form the cyst.
Inclusion cyst: Common vulvar cysts are epidermal inclusion cysts or sebaceous cysts. Usually, they are located beneath the epidermis in the anterior half of labia majora. Alternative histogenesis is embryonic remants or occlusion of pilosebaceous ducts of sweat glands.
The vaginal epithelial inclusion cysts arise from the epithelium buried under the mucosa during healing from a traumatic injury following childbirth or surgery. They are usually located in the lower-third of the vagina on the posterior or posterolateral wall. The lining epithelium is stratified squamous. The content is a thick cheesy substance.
HOMEOPATHIC MANAGEMENT OF VAGINAL WALL CYSTS:-
The medicines that can be thought of use are:-
- Hepar sulph
- Acid nitric
- Tarentula etc.