What Are The Symptoms of Lymphoma?

Fever and Night Sweats

Fever is a rise in body temperature beyond normal. It may be mild, rising only by a few degrees, or extreme and debilitating. Most fevers are caused by infections and usually resolve as the infection gets better.

If you have lymphoma, you may experience a persistent low-grade fever [4] even though you have no infection.

Night sweats [5] are marked by uncomfortable perspirations that can drench your clothes and interfere with sleep. This problem often affects menopausal women but may occur due to a variety of other health conditions. Sometimes it is a sign of lymphoma.

Excessive sweating caused by lymphoma may also happen during the day.