Cancer in female vagina
Vaginal cancer is cancer that occurs in the vagina — the muscular tube that connects the uterus with the outer genitals.
When vaginal cancer is small and only in the cells lining the vagina, it may not cause symptoms. Invasive vaginal cancer tends to be bigger and has spread into nearby tissues, like deeper into the wall of the vagina.
Vaginal cancer is a rare type of cancer.
The vagina is the canal leading from the cervix the opening of uterus to the outside of the body. At birth, a baby passes out of the body through the vagina also called the birth canal.
Vaginal cancer happens when malignant cancerous cells form in the vagina. The vagina -- also known as the birth canal -- is a hollow channel that goes from the opening of your uterus to the outside of your body.
A pre-cancer is a condition where some cells look abnormal. These cell changes are not cancer, but could become cancer over time.
Vaginal Cancer Treatment (PDQ®)—Patient Version - National Cancer Institute
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