1. Swelling:Lymphoma Symptoms also commonly affects the stomach and intestines, so similar swelling may occur if blood vessels in those parts of the body are blocked by malignant growths. This type of swelling can affect the stomach, intestines, bowels and/or abdomen, and it may cause a feeling of built-up pressure or pain. Patients may also experience abnormalities in their bowel movements and digestion, including diarrhea and loss of appetite.
2. Lumps:These symptoms are particularly problematic because many people don’t think they indicate something as serious as Lymphoma Symptoms, since the enlargements and lumps themselves are painless. Most patients figure that if they’re not in pain, then it’s highly likely that nothing is wrong, and while this may be true most of the time, it isn’t true when it comes to lymphoma.Lymphoma Symptoms Early detection is one of the keys to successful treatment, so be sure to visit your doctor if you detect these symptoms.