Many people suffering from lymphoma have reported itching as one of the symptoms of the disease. It is a regular symptom for Hodgkin lymphoma and less common in non-Hodgkin lymphoma. However, most of the patients may also experience upsetting itching especially during hot weather. The itching occurs in all parts of the body but the hands, feet and lower legs are the most common parts. When sleeping at night, the itching worsens because of the heat.
Itching also occur on parts of the skin which has been affected by lymphoma. However, itching as a symptom of this disease cannot be medically explained. People who have liver disease and Jaundice can also develop itching as a symptom, so it is important to figure out the type of itching before passing it as lymphoma symptom.