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What are the symptoms for vulvar cancer?
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Dr. Mitchell Kamrava
Radiation Oncology
5 doctors agree
In brief: Usually a lesion
Most commonly patients present with a single vulvar lesion (nodular or warty) on the labia majora.
Sometimes the lesion can be itchy. Less commonly there may be bleeding, discharge, pain with urination, or an enlarged lymph node.

In brief: Usually a lesion
Most commonly patients present with a single vulvar lesion (nodular or warty) on the labia majora.
Sometimes the lesion can be itchy. Less commonly there may be bleeding, discharge, pain with urination, or an enlarged lymph node.
Dr. Mitchell Kamrava
Dr. Mitchell Kamrava
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Dr. Peter Sadow
Pathology
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In brief: Vulva
Vulvar cancers may present with pain, itching, discoloration, ulceration, change in color or texture, and other ways.
These changes are quite common and don't imply cancer. Changes that you may notice to your (or another's) vulva should be discussed with a gynecologist or primary care doctor for a prompt work up, including a thorough related history, physical exam and possible biopsy.

In brief: Vulva
Vulvar cancers may present with pain, itching, discoloration, ulceration, change in color or texture, and other ways.
These changes are quite common and don't imply cancer. Changes that you may notice to your (or another's) vulva should be discussed with a gynecologist or primary care doctor for a prompt work up, including a thorough related history, physical exam and possible biopsy.
Dr. Peter Sadow
Dr. Peter Sadow
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