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Vulvar cancer is an condition, which is most commonly affecting women over the age of 60 years. Typical is an itchy or unusual formation in the external genital area. In Vulvar cancer treatment we use modern coagulator-cutters, which can significantly reduce the time of surgery and blood loss during surgery, without reducing the amount of surgery itself. Shortening the time of surgery and reducing blood loss is especially important in patients over the age of 60.

In the case of vulvar cancer, the following symptoms are typical:

  • An area on the vulva that looks different from normal – it could be lighter or darker than the normal skin around it, or look red or pink.
  • A bump or lump, which could be red, pink, or white and could have a wart-like or raw surface or feel rough or thick
  • Thickening of the skin of the vulva
  • Itching
  • Pain or burning
  • Bleeding or discharge not related to the normal menstrual period
  • An open sore (especially if it lasts for a month or more)