A 38-year-old female asked:
with lymphoma,would there be other symptoms besides a swollen lymph node?if node stays the same and no night sweats,fatigue, etc develop,is it unlikely to be lymphoma?
1 doctor answer
Dr. Stuart Hickerson answered
32 years experience Family Medicine
Lymphoma: Lymphoma is usually associated with swollen regional lymph nodes. Although night sweats can happen typically no other symptoms common. Common places for lymphoma include neck, mediastinum, abdomen, bones and some show up on the skin. Patient can get abdominal pain or pain in localized area.
Answered on Oct 21, 2019
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