Just wondered if anyone has been diagnosed with lymphoma but had no symptoms? My dr is leaning toward lymphoma vs adenocarcinoma. I have extensive lymph glands in my mesenteric and retroperitoneal areas and I am having a biopsy next week. Trouble is, I have no symptoms of lymphoma: weight loss, fatigue, swollen outer lymph glands, night sweats. The dr said he has seen patients with lymphoma present with no symptoms. If I had a choice of a cancer, I would choose lymphoma vs adenocarcinoma. Thanks.
I have been recently diagnosed with Lymphoma but did not have any symptoms. My doctors thought I had a couple of Lypomas which they removed because they thought a biopsy might come back as inconclusive. After the surgery the biopsies came back as positive for Lymphoma and since a pet/ct scan has shown that I have numerous other lesions throughout my soft tissue only. A biopsy of one of them has confirmed the first biopsys. I still have no symptoms, i feel as healthy as I've ever been and I am a 37yr old carpenter.
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