Doctors for Vaginal Tumor in Old Thevara Road, Kochi
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A Vaginal Tumor is an abnormal growth of tissue in the vagina and most cancerous Vaginal Tumors occur when another cancer, such as Cervical Cancer or Endometrial Cancer spreads in the body. Some of the common signs of Vaginal Tumor consist of bleeding after intercourse, pain in the pelvis or vagina and painless vaginal bleeding and discharge.
HOW IS VAGINAL TUMOR DIAGNOSED?
A Gynecologist diagnoses Vaginal Tumor by performing a pelvic examination and Pap smear test. Additional tests used to diagnose Vaginal Tumor include biopsy, colposcopy, chest X-ray and CT scan of the abdomen.
HOW IS VAGINAL TUMOR TREATED?
Treatment of vaginal cancer depends on the type of cancer, and how far the disease has spread. Surgery is sometimes used to remove the cancer, but most patients are treated with radiation. If the tumor is cervical cancer that has spread to the vagina, then radiation and chemotherapy are both given. Sarcoma botryoides may be treated with a combination of chemotherapy, surgery, and radiation.
DID YOU KNOW?
Early Vaginal Tumor may not cause any signs and symptoms.