They are an auxiliary tool that is used by the doctor to eliminate pain and residual effects of local inflammation in the Bartholin's gland. The operation is carried out if conservative methods are either ineffective or for some reason cannot be used. If no improvement occurs within 2-3 days from the start of antibiotic therapy, procedures may be prescribed to promote faster abscess formation. When fluctuations appear and to relieve inflammation, an operation is performed on bartholinitis. The abscesses are opened from the inner wall of the labia minora, during which the purulent contents are completely removed, and then a solution of 3% hydrogen peroxide or another antiseptic is injected into the cavity of the former abscess. To ensure the outflow of purulent secretions, a special tube is inserted into the gland, which is removed after a few days. In parallel, a woman is prescribed a course of sildenafil and suppositories, ointments (for example, Vishnevsky or Levomekol).