2. Night Sweats
One symptom of lymphoma is night sweat. Sweating is a normal reaction of the body whenever it feels hot and needs to cool down. Anyone may experience sweating during the active hours of the day. However, if someone excessively sweats even when idle or at nighttime, it may indicate that something is functioning wrong in the body.
Lymphoma may cause sweating that can drench clothes and beddings. This symptom often makes the sufferer uncomfortable and not be able to rest or sleep. Keep in mind that sweating is normal but having unreasonable amounts and soaking in sweat may mean not just lymphoma but other diseases that are malignant.