After treatment for vaginal cancer
What follow-up do I need?
No matter what type of cancer treatment you have, you will still need regular check-ups once it is over. This is called follow-up.
The follow-up may involve having a physical exam, blood tests and scans.
If you are between check-ups and have a symptom or problem that is worrying you, contact your doctor or specialist nurse for advice and to make an appointment, if necessary.
If you become suddenly unwell and can’t contact your specialist nurse or hospital team, go to your GP or the emergency department at the hospital.
Feelings after treatment
It can take some time to come to terms with a cancer diagnosis, even after your treatment has ended. Read about feelings after treatment and where to get support.
Living a healthy lifestyle
Many people want to live a healthy lifestyle after a cancer diagnosis. Get some advice on healthy living here.
What if the cancer comes back?
If the cancer comes back in the vagina or somewhere else, you can still have treatment.
It is important to understand that sometimes cancer can come back and it is unfortunately out of one’s control.
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