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In most cases, vulvar pain can be treated, but it is important to diagnose the problem correctly. Check here for alerts. Only in very rare cases, surgery to remove part of the vulva may be an option. A thin layer of plain petroleum jelly can be applied to protect the skin. The vulva usually looks normal. The findings could change diagnostic practices. It includes the outer folds of skin, called the labia majora, and the inner folds, called the labia minora. With generalized vulvodynia, the pain occurs over a large area of the vulva.