Itchy vulva that bleeds when rubbed, could this possibly be vulvar cancer?

Many possibilities. Many things can cause this. Depending on age and hormonal status, thinning skin (atrophy) is a very common, much less-worrisome, treatable condition. See a doctor...They will examine you. If necessary, a biopsy can be performed with minimal discomfort.
Vulvar cancer. Some vulvar cancers can look like rashes, but more commonly vulvar cancer are lumps, bumps or masses on the vulva. Bleeding is also common. Make an appointment to see your gyn doctor.

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How can I relieve a red/itchy vulva?

Itchy vulva. While waiting for an appointment with your gyn, try this for soothing the symptoms. Domeboros powder - otc, comes in small packets. Empty 1 packet into bowl of ice cold water. Use a washcloth and soak in this solution. Apply as a compress back and forth for a few minutes, then pat dry with towel. Don't rub. Commonly is a yeast infection, so not unreasonable to try otc yeast remedies as well.

What could cause an itchy vulva that bleeds when rubbed?

See below. Common causes of vaginal itching include: •chemical irritants such as detergents, fabric softeners, feminine sprays, ointments, creams, douches, and contraceptive foams or jellies. •menopause. A drop in the hormone estrogen causes vaginal dryness. •stress may increase vaginal itching and make you more susceptible to infections. •vaginal yeast infection •vaginitis.

What could cause an itchy vulva and labia minora?

See below. Common causes of vaginal itching include: •chemical irritants such as detergents, fabric softeners, feminine sprays, ointments, creams, douches, and contraceptive foams or jellies. •menopause. A drop in the hormone estrogen causes vaginal dryness. •stress may increase vaginal itching and make you more susceptible to infections. •vaginal yeast infection •vaginitis.
Allergy & trauma. Dr. Rosnfeld provides an excellent explanation. In addition, a true allergy to topical creams, lotions, lubricants or even latex may cause itching. Inadequate lubrication with excessive trauma may also cause shear injury with itching. Please also consider the possibility of stds. Discuss with your gynecologist.

What could cause a sore / itchy vulva before period?

Yeast infection.. This is common, the yeast grows because of the bleeding. Your doctor can prescribe something for it. Using a disposable vinegar & water douche before the itching starts may help.