Symptoms of Burkitt’s lymphoma, stages, survival rate, treatment

Symptoms and signs of Burkitt’s lymphoma

Nausea and vomiting

Nausea and vomiting are symptoms of an underlying illness and due to a nonspecific illness. Nausea is the feeling that the stomach wants to empty, while vomiting (vomiting) or vomiting, is the act of forced emptying of the stomach. The term “dry flare-ups” (retching) refers to an episode of vomiting where there is no food in the stomach to throw up and only small amounts of clear secretions are vomited.

Vomiting is a violent act in which the stomach, esophagus, stomach, and small intestine forcefully expel the contents of the stomach (and sometimes the small intestine) in a coordinated fashion.



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