My toddler (female/2YR) has remarkable swelling in her mons pubis area.
Patient :My toddler (female/2YR) has remarkable swelling in her mons pubis area. It is not tender, and she is not having trouble walking. She has no fever, no rash, behavior is normal, urine output is normal and she is eating and drinking just fine. What could this be?
Thanks for the query to ATD for an opinion,
This could be a Bartholin gland cyst which is not painful and formed due to blockage of Bartholin gland duct blockage. This should be evaluated by a gynaecologist locally and firstly confirmed and if small yet asymptomatic then, no active treatment needs to be done for the same.
The sweeping if it would have been large then this could have been surgically managed with a nick or incision over it to extrude the cystic fluid and alleviate the blockage.
It would be appreciated if you can attach the picture of the lesion for a better purview.
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