Signs and Symptoms of Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma. Enlarged lymph nodes. Fever. Sweating and chills. Weight loss. Fatigue (extreme tiredness) Swollen abdomen (belly) Feeling full after only a small amount of food. Chest pain or pressure.
Hodgkin lymphoma symptoms. Swollen lymph nodes in the neck, underarms or groin. Intermittent fevers. Drenching night sweats. Feeling tired all the time. Unexplained weight loss. Decreased appetite. Generalized itching. Abdominal pain or swelling, feeling of fullness.
This checklist lists the most common symptoms of lymphoma: Chills/temperature swings. Fevers (especially at night) Unexplained weight loss. Loss of appetite. Unusual tiredness/lack of energy. Persistent coughing. Breathlessness. Persistent itch all over the body without an apparent cause or rash.
Read about the first signs and symptoms of a group of blood cell tumors called lymphoma.
Read about both early and advanced signs of lymphoma, the most common type of blood cancer.
The most common early sign of Hodgkin lymphoma is painless swelling (