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Signs and Symptoms prompting you to go for vaginal cancer screening

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As wellknown, cancer currently has no cure and can manifest in any part of the body which makes it frightening.


Vaginal cancer is a disease in which malignant cancer cells form in the vagina. Older age and having the Human papilloma virus infection are risk factors for vaginal cancer.

Vaginal cancer causes pain or abnormal vaginal bleeding.


According to doctors, one is advised to see a physician soon after recognizing the following signs;

• Increased frequency of urination.


• Unusual vaginal bleeding after menopause.


• Painful urination


• Frequent urination.

However, some of these signs can be an indication of other diseases for example infections.

Therefore, one is advised to seek medical attention to ascertain the exact cause.

In 2020, an estimated 7,995 people worldwide died from vaginal cancer.

Good news is that when detected early, cancer can be cured.

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REBECCA NANTALE
REBECCA NANTALE
Rebecca Nantale is an exceptional Journalism student at Nkumba University, known for her talent in photography, news writing, and reporting. With a keen eye for detail and a deep understanding of sports and beauty pageants, Rebecca is able to bring a unique perspective to her work, capturing the essence of the events and telling stories that resonate with audiences. She is a skilled communicator, able to convey complex information in a clear and concise manner, making her writing both informative and engaging. Rebecca is a dedicated and driven individual who is passionate about using her talents to make a positive impact in the field of journalism.
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