Question by  jokulhlaup (28)

What are the symptoms of lymphoma? How do you know you have it?

I haven't been feeling well and I think I have cancer.


Answer by  Laurie21 (90)

Lymphoma manifests in the lymph nodes of the body. If there is pain, tenderness, or swelling in these areas of your body (neck, underarm, groin) you may want to seek medical help. Unexplained weight loss, lethargy, and night sweats are also nonspecific symptoms of lymphoma.


Answer by  CEEFORINA (784)

The symptoms are subtle - painless lumps in the armpit or groin, unexpected weight loss, intermittent fever, night sweats. Please see your doctor, - worry yourself unnecessarily, it is far more likely that you are generally run down. Take proper medical advice as only then can you be properly diagnosed.

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