Did you catch my last mail about World Lymphoma Awareness Day? If not, go take a peek.
- Tenderness: The swollen area might be sensitive or even painful to touch.
- Fever: Sometimes, your body’s response to an infection can lead to a mild fever.
- Sore Throat or Runny Nose: When cold or respiratory infections strike, nearby lymph nodes might react and swell.
- Red Streaks: You might notice red lines on your skin, which could be a sign that the lymph vessels are inflamed.
- Fever: Like lymphadenopathy, fever might come along for the ride.
- Pain and Swelling: The affected area could become painful and swollen.
- Fatigue: An increase in lymphocytes can be your body’s response to an infection, which might make you feel tired.
- Enlarged Spleen or Liver: In some cases, an increase in lymphocytes can cause these organs to become enlarged.
- Frequent Infections: With too many lymphocytes in circulation, your body might become more prone to infections.