Hi Melissa, I don't know a lot about vulvar dysplasia, but I think there are some women here who have/had it. You might also check the Cancer: Cervical and Ovarian board (here at HB) and post a similar question.
When it comes to speaking with your doctor, I highly recommend you have a written list of questions ready so that you get your questions answered (and have a place to write your answers). I always go with my list to doctor's appointments.
Originally Posted by MellyMommy
does any of this lead into official cancer?
Vulvar dysplasia can
lead to cancer, but it doesn't always (just like cervical dysplasia doesn't always cause cervical cancer). The key is to continue having close follow up appointments with a thorough doctor. If the dysplasia is always removed, then I would think the likelihood of it turning to cancer is significantly less.
How often are your follow up appointments and/or colpos? I would think with moderate to severe dysplasia that you would have a follow up ever 6 months, if not every 3 to 4 months; that's what generally happens with cervical dysplasia.