5 Signs of Vaginal Cancer Not to Ignore

5- Abnormal vaginal bleeding

According to the American Cancer Society, vaginal cancer that hasn’t spread to nearby tissue is unlikely to cause symptoms. However, if the cancer has spread and developed into invasive vaginal cancertelltale symptoms begin manifesting. One of the most profound indicators of vaginal cancer is abnormal vaginal bleeding, particularly after or during sex. If you’ve already gone through menopause and experience bleeding,  get checked.