Vulval Disease Consultations

We are dedicated to offering personalised care and accurate diagnoses for a wide range of vulval conditions
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What is Vulval Disease

Vulval disease refers to a collection of medical conditions that affect the external female genitalia, including the labia, clitoris, and vaginal opening. These conditions can cause discomfort, pain, itching, and other distressing symptoms, which can significantly impact a woman's quality of life. It is crucial to seek timely medical attention to accurately diagnose and treat these conditions effectively.

Common symptoms of Vulval Disease

  • Consistent itching on the vulvar area
  • Pain and tenderness that doesn’t go away
  • Bleeding that does not come from menstruation
  • Thickening and change in color of the skin
  • Bumps and open sores on the vulva
If you're experiencing any of the symptoms mentioned above, it's important to promptly seek medical attention from a gynaecologist. Regular gynaecology visits can help diagnose vulvar cancer if you have painful or irritating symptoms. Diagnosis typically involves examinations, magnification, and biopsies where a sample is taken from the affected area and sent to the lab for analysis.
Vulval Disease Consultations
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Our services

We work with a specialised team of physiotherapists and psychosexual counsellors at the Priory Hospital to offer effective treatment for vulval pain.
At Gynae Health Clinic, we prioritise a woman's choice in treatment decisions and strive to develop a personalised care plan that meets your specific needs and preferences.
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Patient Information
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Frequently Asked Questions
Vulval and vaginal conditions can be embarrasing, which sometimes prevents women from seeking help from specialists. Here are answers to common questions.
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