You Have Vulvar Cancer - You’ve Got Bumps On Your Vagina
You have vulvar cancer - You’ve Got Bumps On Your Vagina Area
Vulvar cancer is most common in older women, and it typically forms as an itchy lump or sore on the vulva, according to the Mayo Clinic.
Before you freak out though, know that any bumps on your vagina likely aren't cancerous unless they come with these other symptoms: itching that never goes away, pain and tenderness around the vulva, vaginal bleeding outside of your period, changes to the color or thickness of the vulvar skin, and any open sores or ulcers, per the Mayo Clinic.
If you have these symptoms persistently, get your lumps and bumps checked out by a doctor. If one of them is cancerous, it can be surgically removed.
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