Just as you can get dermatologic conditions like psoriasis and eczema everywhere else on your body, you can also get them on the vulva. Always see your GP if you develop a lump in the area around your vagina so they can confirm a diagnosis and rule out more serious conditions. Bartholin's cysts don't usually affect children because the Bartholin's glands don't start functioning until puberty. Questions to ask How big is my cancer and where exactly is it? Can you write down what you have told me so that I can read it again later?
If you have symptoms that might be linked to vaginal cancer your doctor will most likely: If you have symptoms that might be linked to vaginal cancer you should talk to a doctor, nurse or gynaecologist. See your doctor.