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What are the signs of vaginal cancer?

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Dr. Andrew Turrisi
Radiation Oncology
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In brief: Vaginal cancer

Is more common in the elderly , presenting with bleeding.
Younger women may have painful intercourse, dryness, bleeding, and visual change on pap.

In brief: Vaginal cancer

Is more common in the elderly , presenting with bleeding.
Younger women may have painful intercourse, dryness, bleeding, and visual change on pap.
Dr. Andrew Turrisi
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Dr. David Finke
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Non-healing lesion

Any vaginal lesions or sores/ulcers that are slow to heal or don't heal at all are suspicious for vaginal cancer, herpes, or an auto-immune disorder and you should be evaluated by your doctor. These areas typically bleed with intercourse or other irritation.

In brief: Non-healing lesion

Any vaginal lesions or sores/ulcers that are slow to heal or don't heal at all are suspicious for vaginal cancer, herpes, or an auto-immune disorder and you should be evaluated by your doctor. These areas typically bleed with intercourse or other irritation.
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