NHL Recurrence six months after completing treatment - Now What?

Need to hear encouraging thoughts about Lymphoma recurrence and what comes next. Thanks, Live Better community. 


  • LouiseJLouiseJ Posts: 152 mod

    Hi Carmen, 

    I am so sorry that you have had a recurrence of NHL. I hope you are able to have further treatment, if that is possible. Can your Dr fast track you through the system to get things moving quickly for you? 
    I don't know a lot about NHL, I had breast cancer, but I hope perhaps someone else in the community may do, having had similar experience to yourself.
    I hope you will find this community a friendly, supportive place, from my own experience I would say stay positive, look forwards, don't give up.  :)

    Lou x

  • RobertARobertA Posts: 258 ✭✭✭
    Hi @CarmenE
    Yes, I echo @louiseJ  So sorry to hear about your lymphoma recurrence. I am sure that there's someone in this community who can help. 
    I have found this community to be very supportive and friendly and I am sure that you will too.

    Rob x

  • gloden02gloden02 Posts: 36 ✭✭
    Hi CarmenE. I have T cell NHL. Finished Chemo in August. I have had another lump since and saw my oncologist Dec 19. It is healing well and he said no need for biopsy or pet scan. Seeing him again Jan 15. Although mine is a blood cancer my appears as lumps/sores on the skin surface and after. Biopsy heal on the surface. So far thank God not in the organs. Mine is a rare one and unpredictable so I am worried it’s back. Wishing us both good news or good treatment. Keep in touch. Good to talk. Glo xx
  • CocogoldieCocogoldie Posts: 6
    Hi Carmen, my husband had NHL and it came back, he then had Stem Cell transplant 15 months ago now and is doing well, please ask your Dr about Stem Cell for you Good Luck 
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