“I never take remission for granted. My Follicular Lymphoma Symptom Tracker helps me easily monitor my condition with my oncologist.”
Living with follicular lymphoma since 2017
It’s important to track your symptoms to discuss with your healthcare provider.
You can use these worksheets to track common symptoms of follicular lymphoma on both a daily basis, over the course of one week, and weekly basis, over the course of a month.
Check the most relevant box that describes the severity of your symptoms. For the weekly tracker, we recommend recording symptoms on the same day of the week over the course of the month.
You can print the worksheets and fill it out by hand or download and save it to your desktop to track your symptoms digitally.
To protect your privacy, we do not save any of your information online.
People with follicular lymphoma often experience different symptoms. Many people have no obvious symptoms at diagnosis or during a relapse, but some may experience abdominal or chest pain, persistent fatigue, shortness of breath or fever, night sweats, unexplained weight loss, or painless, swollen lymph nodes in the neck, armpit, or groin.1
Please note in order to diagnose follicular lymphoma or a relapse, a doctor may conduct a biopsy of a patient’s lymph node tissue and perform additional tests including a CT scan to determine if the disease has spread to other parts of the body.2 Make sure to promptly notify your healthcare provider of any severe symptoms. For individuals undergoing active treatment, we recommend discussing any symptoms with your healthcare provider to determine if they are related to your follicular lymphoma and/or treatment side effects.