meaning of Bartholin's glands

Bartholin's glands meaning in Medical Dictionary

a set of glands between the vulva and vagina that produce lubrication as a result to stimulation. With another pair of nearby glands labeled as the reduced vestibular glands, they operate to aid in sexual intercourse. Also referred to as the higher vestibular glands.

Bartholin's glands meaning in Sexual Dictionary

two glands located on either side of the genital orifice that secrete a lubricating mucus responding to intimate stimulation.