“The vulva consists of the outside part of female genitals including the vaginal lips, vaginal opening, clitoris, and the surrounding tissue and skin. It usually is found on the vaginal lips and will grow slowly over time. Some vulvar cancers are adenocarcinomas and is seen on the sides of the vaginal opening.
Sometimes abnormal cells will grow on the surface of the vulvar skin and it can turn into vulvar cancer. Symptoms include a lump, itching, pain/tenderness, or bleeding.
Age 65 is the average age of women that are diagnosed with vulvar cancer.”
For more information about vulvar cancer, contact a helpful member of the Causenta team.
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