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Vulvar dermatoses is a relatively common complaint that can affect women of all ages. There are a wide variety of symptoms and severity and finding the correct diagnosis requires a thorough history and physical examination. A biopsy may be necessary to confirm the diagnosis and exclude malignancy. Due to the sensitive nature of the problem. Many patients delay seeking medical care. Mizuho chats with Brittney DeClerk and Jenny Beck Esmay on the differential diagnosis we should stop to consider before treating this disease process.