The first clinic in Wales to provide medical and psychological help to victims of female genital mutilation (FGM) has opened.
The specialist Women's Wellbeing Clinic at Cardiff Royal Infirmary will offer individualised care, counselling and advice.
An estimated 2,000 women and girls in Wales are living with FGM.
Cardiff and Vale University Health Board said anybody affected would be able to drop in to the weekly clinic.
They could also be referred by doctors, nurses and midwives, police officers, social services and support organisations.
The illegal practice of FGM is carried out for cultural and religious reasons in certain communities.