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Genital Dermatology

You may have a skin condition affecting your genital area which are not necessarily caused by an STI. Key problems include:

  • Genital lumps & bumps
  • Genital rashes & inflammation
  • (Pre) Malignant changes

Using a combination of experience, the right diagnostic tools and effective treatment options, ours should be the last clinic you see.

Genital Lumps & Bumps

Bartholin’s cyst

Skin tags

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The diagnosis of genital lumps & bumps is routinely carried out by a physical examination. In cases of diagnostic uncertainty or suspicious growths, a biopsy +/- HPV test can be offered.


For most patients, these genital lumps & bumps can be left untreated without harm to one’s health.

For those seeking treatment, we offer our Hyfrecation procedure which involves burning off the genital lumps & bumps under a local anaesthetic (except for Fordyce Spots).

For those seeking treatment on the same day as the Doctor’s appointment, we will ask you to fill out this form so we can assess your genital lumps by photo, offer you a quote, book you in for the right amount of time and prepare the right local anaesthetic for you.


Doctor’s appointment£150

Biopsy (as part of Hyfrecation Procedure)£250

Hyfrecation treatment (if appropriate)from £400

Genital Rashes & Inflammation

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The diagnosis of inflammatory genital-skin conditions involves a combination of tests & physical examination. In cases of diagnostic uncertainty or suspicious lesions, a biopsy can be offered.


The treatment of these conditions may be a combination of oral medications & creams. We can also provide measures to help deal with them in the future.


The tests below include a consultation with a specialist nurse. For those with recurring/complex problems, an appointment with a doctor would be advised for which the consultation fee is £150.

Low + High Risk HPV Test£250

Bacterial Culture & Sensitivity£150

Fungal Culture & Sensitivity£150

Bacterial s16RNA PCR£250

Fungal s16RNA PCR£250

(Pre) Malignant Changes

Basal cell carcinoma

Buschke Lowenstein Tumor

Bowens Disease

Extramammary Paget’s disease

Invasive squamous cell carcinoma

Melanocytic lesions

Malignant melanoma

Penile Intra-Epithelial Neoplasia (PeIN)

Vulval Intra-Epithelial Neoplasia (VIN)


Changes in the mucus membrane or the skin in the genitalia can be due to pre-cancerous or cancerous changes. These changes can sometimes appear non-specific and are confirmed/excluded with a biopsy.


Treatment of localised malignant skin changes depends on its extent and how advanced the changes are. Local creams, Cryotherapy, Hyfrecation, Laser & Surgical excision are viable options.

We can offer treatment for VIN and PeIN at our clinic and will refer you to the NHS for any other conditions.


Doctor’s appointment£150

Low + High Risk HPV Test (if appropriate)£250

Skin Biopsy (if appropriate)£250

Treatment of VIN & PeIN (if appropriate)£400

Why Choose Us?


We have a great deal of experience diagnosing and treating various conditions affecting the genital skin.


Our team see such problems every day and act with the greatest of professionalism.


We have all the tests and treatments that you may need under one roof (and one less problem to worry about).


We conduct ourselves professionally and our measures ensure your discretion at every stage.

But we understand that our clinic is not for everyone. Please do consult your GP and if you still need us, we’re right here for you.

Marylebone, London

9 Ivor Place, Marylebone, London, NW1 6BY

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Opening Hours
Mon – Fri: 9am to 6pm
Sat: 10am to 2pm

Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham

40 Hylton Street, Jewellery Quarter
Birmingham, B18 6HN

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0121 392 2470

Opening Hours
Mon – Fri: 9am to 6pm
Sat: 10am to 2pm

Quorn, Leicestershire

One Ash, Loughborough Rd
Quorn, LE12 8UE

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01509 438 720

Opening Hours
Tue, Thur, Fri: 9:00am – 6:00pm


Who will I see?

A correct diagnosis is essential. This prevents uncessary anxiety and incorrect treatments.

In order to do this, your appointment will be with a specialist in sexual health who thoroughly understands genital dermatology.

It doesn’t matter where you go or who you see as long as they know what they’re doing down there.

This may be a Dermatology, Urologist, Gynaecologist, GP or Us.

What do I need to bring to the appointment?

You only need to bring yourself.

If there is anything you would like to show your clinician, you are more than welcome to bring it to your appointment.

Do I need a referral letter from my GP?

No. You can book directly with us.