Weakness and fatigue resulting from too few red blood cells (anemia Overview of Anemia Anemia is a condition in which the number of red blood cells is low. Red blood cells contain hemoglobin, a protein that enables them to carry oxygen from the lungs and deliver it to all parts... read more )
Infection and fever, resulting from too few white blood cells
Bleeding, resulting from too few platelets
Possibly bone pain when the bone is involved
Lymphoma cells are invading the bone marrow.
Loss of muscle strength
Enlarged lymph nodes are compressing nerves in the spinal cord or nerves to the vocal cords.
Lymphoma cells are blocking the flow of bile from the liver.
Lymphoma cells are blocking the flow of lymph fluid from the legs.
Cough and shortness of breath
Lymphoma cells are invading the lungs.
Decreased ability to fight infection and increased susceptibility to fungal and viral infections
Lymphoma causes dysfunction of the immune system.
* Some of these symptoms may occur for more than one reason.