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    Is it possible to have a Gartner's Duck Cyst if I have never been pregnant?
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    An_256777 posted:
    Last week I had an MRI done to diagnose a Hernia. They found what appeared to be a Bartholin cyst. Today I say my Gynecologist who said it couldn't be a Bartholin cyst because it was on the vaginal wall. She said she thought it was a Gartner's cyst and not to worry about it. It's 1.6cm in diameter and feels about the size of a marble. Could it be a Gartner's cyst even though I have never been pregnant? What else could it be?
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    georgiagail responded:
    "Could it be a Gartner's Duct Cyst even though I have never been pregnant?:


    Yes....


    http://journals.lww.com/em-news/Fulltext/2011/05000/Case_Report__Gartner_s_Duct_Cyst.15.aspx


    Gail


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