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Question by  wertz4 (21)

What should I know if I have just been diagnosed with VIN cancer?

I have never heard of this cancer until I got it. I need lots of information.


Answer by  TCMstudent (127)

VIN is not cancer, depending on the stage, you might need surgical treatment if it is serious. Meanwhile, stay optimistic and quit smoking, lead healthy lifestyle.


Answer by  tarun04104 (183)

VIN cancer is a disease that might cause you a lot of pain if not handled properly. A regular visit to your oncologist and cleaning genitals is very important. It occurs in three stages and the first two stages can be easily cured, so you should ensure that you detect in the first stage itself to avoid any serious trouble.


Answer by  Atomicrayon (2504)

As far as cancers go it's not "to bad." It's one of the least aggressive and severe cancers next to lymphnode cancer. You'll probably undergo some mild kemo-therapy but mostly will just be put on medications.


Answer by  nycgal (125)

Cancer of the vulva is a rare form of cancer. The prognosis is good if caught eary and treated. It usually involves surgery and treatment with chemotherapy and radiation.


Answer by  kungfukid (1241)

Vulvar Intraepithelial Neoplasia (VIN) is a very rare cancer occurring in about 4% of gynecologic cancers. If it is detected early enough there is a 100% cure rate.


Answer by  pansy (421)

Vulvar Intraepithelial Neoplasia is easlly treated accoding to the doctors you need to soak in epson salt and bleach a little twice a week dont let the cancer get exposed to air that spreads it also sex make sure your partner is well hygeined before and after intercourse so you can spread it else where.


Answer by  champaign9497 (11977)

The way I understand it, it is a cancer that occurs in the female genitalia. You need to talk to your doctor about it they can give you good answers.

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