Hi, I just found out I have lymphonoma. My dr didn't even tell me. She said it was a 50/50 chance I had it. She gave me the test results to bring back to my other dr and it said I had it. I feel like I am being treated like a child. I want to know what is going on and no one is telling me anything. I have surgery this week to get the lymph nodes removed and was told that will more than likely start chemo and radiation. I just want to know what to expect. I only know what to expect from what I see on TV. Will my hair fall out, will I be able to take care of my kids? Will I be vomiting all day, 1 day, 2 days or a week? Thank you anyone who will reply....Rhonda
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