Anyway, I found this from http://www.emedicinehealth.com
Often, the first sign of lymphoma is a painless swelling in the neck, under an arm, or in the groin.
- Lymph nodes or tissues elsewhere in the body may also swell. The spleen, for example, often becomes enlarged in lymphoma.
- The enlarged lymph node sometimes causes other symptoms by pressing against a vein or lymphatic vessel (swelling of an arm or leg), a nerve (pain, numbness, or tingling), or the stomach (early feeling of fullness).
- Enlargement of the spleen may cause abdominal pain or discomfort.
- Many people have no other symptoms.