Sometimes, people with Hodgkin lymphoma do not have any of these changes. Or, the cause of a symptom may be a different medical condition that is not cancer. Common symptoms caused by Hodgkin lymphoma include: Painless swelling of lymph nodes in the neck, underarm, or groin area that does not go away within a few weeks.
When the lymph system detects an infection, lymph nodes produce more immune cells, which may cause them to swell. Swollen lymph nodes, a fever and night sweats may also be symptoms of the cold and flu. However, unlike the cold and flu, non-Hodgkin lymphoma symptoms typically do not go away.
Get the facts about Hodgkin lymphoma symptoms, and learn more about the. of the following cancer symptoms: drenching night sweats, fever or weight loss.
Night sweats in Hodgkin's disease.. alterations during night sleep in patients with Hodgkin's disease who complain of night sweats as their only symptom.
Night sweats. Lymphoma can cause night sweats that are severe enough to make your nightclothes and bed linen soaking wet. They are often described as 'drenching'. They can happen with any type of lymphoma and can also sometimes happen during the day.