I went to the hospital after a few days of stomach pain and was tested for inert lymphoma. I have had chemotherapy four times so far, can it be eradicated after 6 times of chemotherapy?I heard from my father that inert lymphoma is not serious, and people in the past did not need to be treated, can it come back?I'm worried about my mom.
Lymphoma can usually be completely cured.Lymphoma is a malignant tumor of the blood system, so it has the characteristics of malignant tumors that are prone to recurrence and metastasis.Usually, consolidation chemotherapy, regular follow-up at the hospital, eating more nutritious food rich in high quality protein, correcting bad habits and reducing exposure to physical and chemical substances are needed to reduce the recurrence of lymphoma.
If the diagnosis of gastric lymphoma is confirmed, timely surgical resection is needed, together with appropriate chemotherapy and radiotherapy, to achieve clinical cure.Therefore, as long as reasonable and appropriate treatment methods are chosen, this disease can achieve very good quality results.Meanwhile, nutrition should be strengthened.The survival rate is high at five years after surgery.
Some lymphomas in the stomach are related to Helicobacter pylori infection, and some of them can be controlled after anti-infection treatment against Helicobacter pylori, and inert lymphomas usually progress very slowly.