Vaginal Cancer Symptoms
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Vaginal Cancer Symptoms - Vaginal cancer symptoms vary from person to person. Some common symptoms of vaginal cancer may include the following: abnormal vaginal bleeding (that is unrelated to menstruation), unusual vaginal discharge, prolonged vaginal pain, pain during intercourse, difficult or painful urination, pelvic pain, constipation, and growths or lumps in the vagina. Vaginal cancer often does not cause early symptoms, but may be detected by a routine Pap test. It is important to consult with a medical professional to determine whether these symptoms are related to vaginal cancer, or a different condition.
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