Surgery is the main treatment for vulval intraepithelial neoplasia (VIN) and for vulval cancer. The type of surgery you need depends on where the VIN or cancer is in your vulva.
Vulval intraepithelial neoplasia (VIN) is a skin disease where the cells on the surface of the vulva are abnormal and could change into a cancer. Find out about surgery for VIN.
Surgery is usually the main treatment for vulval cancer. The surgery you need depends on how big the cancer is and how much of your vulva is affected.
Get tips on what to take into hospital.
Before your operation you have some tests and meet members of the team who will be treating you.
You might have your surgery as a day patient or you may need to stay overnight.
Your guide to what happens after having surgery for vulval cancer.
There is a risk of problems or complications after vulval surgery. Treating them as soon as possible is important.