In vaginal cancer does vaginal bleeding come first and then comes the macroscopic lesions? Thanks

The otherway. Bleeding only occurs once a tumor has formed and is easily palpable and visible from inside(macroscopic). A pelvic exam by your doctor can easily pick up the tumors that are bleeding.

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I've vaginal bleeding since 2010.Swab negative. No atrophy. Is it possible to have vaginal cancer or it has passed too much time from the first bleeding?

Have an examination. You need to have a gynecologist examine you. Vaginal bleeding can be from one of many causes. If it is due to vaginal problem it would be very easy to check and find out on a pelvic examination which gynecologists can do in 5 minutes and give you some further guidance. Read more...