Genital Warts »

… may itch, but they don’t usually hurt.

In women, genital warts can grow on the skin of the vulva, at the opening of the vagina and around the anus. They sometimes grow inside the vagina and on the cervix (the neck of the womb).

In men, genital warts may grow on the genital skin and around the anus (back passage).

How are the warts passed on?

The virus can be passed by skin-to-skin contact  (usually sex ) with a partner who has the genital wart virus. A person does not need …

Vaginal / Vulval Cancer »

Both vaginal and vulval cancer are rare conditions. Any of the symptoms below are far more likely to be caused by something else. Never be afraid to discuss these with your doctor.

Vulval Cancer

Vulval cancer tends to occur in older women but is increasing in younger women. It most commonly causes a chronic itch, but various growths or ulcers of various colours that persist might also be present. …