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What are the major presenting symptoms of vaginal cancer?

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Dr. Gurmukh Singh
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In brief: Discharge, mass

Pain, ulcer. Vaginal cancers are less common than cervical cancer.
The lesions are likely to manifest by producing bloody discharge, mass and/or ulcer in the vagina, depending on the location, pain. Bleeding on intercourse may be an early sign.

In brief: Discharge, mass

Pain, ulcer. Vaginal cancers are less common than cervical cancer.
The lesions are likely to manifest by producing bloody discharge, mass and/or ulcer in the vagina, depending on the location, pain. Bleeding on intercourse may be an early sign.
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