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Skene Duct Cyst
August 6, pm Updated August 7, am. Maybe you had one too many coffees , or gulped down half a gallon of water after your morning workout. Finally, you get to the toilet — you can let go!
Skene duct cysts develop near the opening of the urethra when the ducts to the Skene glands are blocked. Doctors can usually diagnose these cysts during a pelvic examination, but sometimes ultrasonography or cystoscopy is done to confirm the diagnosis. Very rarely, abscesses develop and are treated with antibiotics, then removal of the cyst or creation of a permanent opening in the cyst. Skene glands, also called periurethral or paraurethral glands, are located around the opening of the urethra. The tissue that surrounds them includes part of the clitoris.