Vaginal cancer is a rare type of female genital cancer that starts in the cells of the vagina. Many women in the early stages of the cancer may not have any noticeable symptoms. Symptoms may develop as the cancer progresses, but most of these symptoms are non-specific.
Symptoms that may occur with progression include:
These symptoms may be caused due to vaginal cancer. Similar symptoms, however, can be caused by several other medical problems. If you have any bothersome gynecological problem or symptom that persists for more than a few days, consult your doctor. Your doctor can examine and diagnose the underlying cause and recommend a treatment that is best for you.