Some people with lymphoma experience localized pain in one or multiple parts of the body, depending on which organs the disease has affected. For instance, lymphoma of the brain can cause severe and unrelenting headaches. Lymphoma of the stomach may cause painful cramps. Similarly, other body parts may become prone to inexplicable, severe pains that occur at random. In rare cases of Hodgkin's lymphoma, individuals experience pain after drinking alcohol.
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