People who start complaining of the itchy body surface may have lymphoma as well. Its cells may be increasing. While getting bigger, they create a specific chemical; it leads to the overall irritation. In addition, the chemical is the source of red bumps that often appear in the body. The regions where the lymphoma is present suffer. The patients start treating this issue with the commonly recommended drugs, but they do not help; instead, the lesions of the skin turn even itchier in the areas.

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Those who have lymphoma cannot breathe without any obstacles. Such people find it hard to breathe no matter what they are doing. The main reason is the overloaded respiratory system. As it is closely connected with other systems such as immune or lymphatic, it suffers as well. The lymph nodes get larger – it prevents patients from breathing as humans should. There is not enough oxygen in the lungs. The problem begins in the thymus and spreads further.