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Risk factors

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Symptoms

Painful intercourse (dyspareunia)

Symptom Checker

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Vaginal discharge

Tests and diagnosis

Chest X-rays

CT scan

Pelvic exam

A pelvic exam may be done as a part of a routine checkup to evaluate your gynecologic health or to help diagnose a medical condition.

Ultrasound

Treatments and drugs

Brachytherapy

Chemotherapy

Fertility preservation

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Radiation therapy

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