Lymphoma is a group of blood cancers that develop from lymphocytes. People who are at risk of having lymphoma may experience no appetite at all. Their unwillingness to eat is explained by the lymphoma which is spread throughout the organism. It has a huge impact towards the digestive system. The area around stomach get overloaded; spleen is especially enlarged. It creates a certain compression in the field of the stomach. It makes the patient feel fed up even when eating just ¼ or 1/3 amount of the required amount of daily ration.

Fast change in weight might be one more symptom of lymphoma. Many people would like to get rid of extra weight as soon as possible. However, many people do not realize that a speedy weight loss may refer to many unpleasant diseases. From one side, the patient does not force himself to change the daily ration or practice too much. From the other side, such ‘progress’ might be the symptom of as dangerous illness as lymphoma!

Feeling tired all the time without a good reason? This feeling of fatigue is a warning sign at least of the general organism weakness, which is always caused by something. People cannot complete even the simplest daily assignments such as washing the dishes or walking to the next shop because of getting exhausted at the early stages. They do not have energy. The organism has to fight dangerous cancer cells, so it throws all energy on this activity. The body’s red blood cells also decrease in their amount.