Bartholins gland

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Bar•tho′lin's gland`

(bɑrˈtoʊ lɪnz, ˈbɑr tl ɪnz)
either of a pair of small lubricating glands at the base of the vagina.
[1920–25; after Caspar Bartholin (1655–1738), Danish anatomist]
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Your body's natural lubrication comes from the Bartholins gland, which slows down with age.
Mucus is secreted by glands at the cervix and the Bartholins glands on the vaginal wall, but menopause slows production.
Mucus secretions are produced from glands at the neck of the cervix and from the Bartholins glands at the side of the vaginal wall.