It is possible for non–Hodgkin lymphoma to develop anywhere in the body where. Abdominal pain or swelling, or a feeling of fullness; Skin rash or itchy skin. However, unlike the cold and flu, non–Hodgkin lymphoma symptoms typically do
Hodgkin lymphoma can produce itching (pruritus), but the itching usually occurs without an obvious skin rash.. While many people experience fever, night sweats and unexplained fatigue, the hallmark symptom of Hodgkin lymphoma is painless swelling in lymph nodes in the neck, underarms or groin.
Itching (pruritus) without a rash can be a symptom of lymphoma.. This is more usual with low-grade non–Hodgkin lymphomas, where the cells appear to be .
Fortunately, early treatment is not vital for these lymphomas and they. Some people with T-cell skin lymphoma develop erythroderma – generalised reddening of the skin, which can be intensely itchy, dry and scaly.. Skin rashes that can look very similar to skin lymphoma include:. . Low-grade non–Hodgkin lymphoma.
The itching and rash appeared 6 months before we found two firm lumps (the. I do not have any diagnosis; however, I am worried about Hodgkin's disease.