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Vaginal cancer - Symptoms and causes - Mayo Clinic Print Overview Vaginal cancer Vaginal cancer Vaginal cancer is ...
Most often, treatment for ovarian cancer involves an abdominal hysterectomy, but sometimes vaginal hysterectomy is appropriate for women with cervical or endometrial cancer.
Common causes of abnormal vaginal odor include: Vaginitis Poor hygiene A retained or forgotten tampon left in place for several days Trichomoniasis Less commonly, abnormal vaginal odor may result from: Rectovaginal f...
Vaginal ring - Mayo Clinic Print Overview Vaginal ring Vaginal ring A vaginal ring is a contraceptive device that contains the hormones estrogen and progestin.
Estrogen levels can fall for a number of reasons: Breast-feeding Childbirth Cigarette smoking Effects on your ovaries from cancer therapy Immune disorders Menopause Perimenopause (the transition time before menopause) Oophorectomy (o...
Vaginal cancer research is conducted in coordination with the Mayo Clinic Cancer Center .
Screening for vaginal cancer Vaginal cancer is sometimes found during a routine pelvic exam before signs and symptoms become evident.
Vaginal cancer - Care at Mayo Clinic - Mayo Clinic Print Vaginal cancer care at Mayo Clinic Mayo Clinic specialists provide expert care for people with vaginal ...
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Rarely, a brownish or blood-tinged vaginal discharge could be a sign of cervical cancer.
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