3. Enlarged lymph nodes and swollen belly are common symptoms
Depending on which part of your body has been affected by Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma, the symptoms can be varied and diverse.
Of all symptoms, the most common ones are enlarged lymph nodes, slightly swollen belly, immense chest pain, pressure in chest, frequent coughs, shortness of breath, high fever, significant weight loss, hot flushes, night sweats, extreme tiredness and low count of red blood cells. Most people diagnosed with this ailment have also experienced a feeling of being full after taking only a small portion of meal.
Lymphoma in your abdomen eventually becomes soft and swollen. This happens as the lymph nodes in your abdomen enlarge which also results in the building-up of a large amount of fluid. This causes your belly to be swollen and as the spleen is relatively larger, it makes you full even after having small portions.