Women with invasive vulvar cancer may experience symptoms such as:
Women with the verrucous carcinoma subtype of squamous cell vulvar cancer may notice a cauliflower-like growth similar to a genital wart. Bartholin gland cancer is usually associated with a lump on either side of the opening to the vagina, although this may also be a simple cyst. Women with Paget’s disease of the vulva often complain of soreness, and a red, scaly area. Paget’s disease is a form of skin cancer in which adenocarcinoma cells have been detected in the skin.
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