The radical cystectomy

This procedure removes the bladder, uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, cervix, the front wall of the vagina, and the urethra.

Chemotherapy and your vagina, ovaries, uterus and cervix

Chemotherapy in your pelvis can have a few unexpected or uncomfortable impacts on your vagina, urinary tract, and hormones.

Bladder cancer

Here we overview the different types of bladder cancer and their treatments. The most common symptoms of bladder cancer are bloody urine, urinating frequently, with urgency, and burning or pain. Older women are more at risk, but bladder cancer can happen to anyone.

Pelvic radiation therapy

Having radiation therapy on your pelvis can cause some unwelcome problems that can linger, like a dry, thickened vaginal wall, lack of moisture, and lack of flexibility.