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Vaginal Cancer

Symptoms and Signs of Vaginal Cancer

Symptoms of vaginal cancer include unusual vaginal bleeding, such as postmenopausal vaginal bleeding and vaginal bleeding after sexual intercourse, an abnormal, watery vaginal discharge, a mass in the vagina that can be felt, painful urination, pain during sex, constant pelvic pain and constipation.

Even women who have had hysterectomies are still at risk of potentially developing vaginal cancer, so if a woman has any of these symptoms, she should contact her physician immediately.

Locations for Vaginal Cancer