Hodgkin’s Lymphoma Symptoms

You may have Hodgkin’s lymphoma for a long period without experiencing any symptoms. If you have symptoms, you will have at least one or more painless swollen lymph nodes under your armpit, neckor groin, which most often are discovered during a consultation. In general, the lymph nodes swell without any infectious factor and persist despite taking antibiotics. As the disease worsens, the following symptoms may also emerge:

  • fever and chills
  • night sweats
  • weight loss
  • intense fatigue
  • loss of appetite
  • difficulty breathing, often accompanied by cough
  • pain in the chest
  • pain when ingest alcoholic beverages
  • increased spleen size (splenomegaly)
  • skin lesions accompanied by itching.

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