Doctors say that the warning signs of lymphoma are often very subtle—so subtle that the most common symptoms are made up of health ailments that could very well be shrugged off as minor. That’s why experiencing one or 2 may not even spur a doctor’s visit.
However, if you experience multiple symptoms, it’s not time to panic, but it may be time to book a check up with your doctor. Here are the ten warning symptoms associated with lymphoma…
Severe swelling in the face, chest, and neck can occur if a lymphoma of the neck or chest develops into a large growth and blocks the flow of blood vessels to the area affected.
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