Symptoms depend on where the cancer is found. Also, whether or not it has spread to other locations.
This cancer is usually not painful. But it can grow large before it’s diagnosed. It can cause bleeding, trouble urinating and large, growing lumps.
- RMS of the bladder or prostate can make it hard to urinate and show blood.
- RMS in the vagina may cause a protruding lump or a smelly, bloody discharge.
- RMS in the paratesticular area causes a swollen, painless lump in the scrotum.