Symptoms of vaginal cancer include:
- vaginal bleeding after the menopause
- bleeding after sex or pain during sex
- smelly or bloodstained vaginal discharge
- bleeding between periods
- a lump or mass in or at the entrance to the vagina
- an itch in your vagina that will not go away
- pain when peeing, or needing to pee a lot
Vaginal cancer is rare, especially in women under 40.
If you have these symptoms, it's much more likely you have something less serious, such as an infection.
Read more on the NHS website.