I was diagnosed with NHL in 2002 and underwent CHOP and rituxin - lost all my hair, etc. I'm 46 years old and needless to say, it was a terrible time for myself and my family. Because the lymphoma is a low grade, I've been told that it will probably return at some point. My problem is that it's really hard for me to get on with my life without worrying about every bump and bruise being cancer. When I express these concerns to my doctors, family, etc. that sort of brush it off as nothing. I sometimes feel like nobody understands the fear I live with on a daily basis. On the one hand, I feel silly complaining about everything that goes wrong with me but, on the other hand, I feel like being cautious is something we should do when faced with cancer. Has anyone ever felt this way, too and, if so, how do you deal with it? I'm really starting to get frustrated with it all.