The leukemia cells like the healthy blood cells go to all parts of the body with blood. The symptoms vary based on the number of abnormal cells and the place where the cells collect or gather.
Common Leukemia Symptoms: Some symptoms which may occur in people with acute leukemia include:
These symptoms do not mean that you have leukemia. Many other problems such as infection can also cause these symptoms. If you have any symptom, which is bothersome or suggestive of serious medical problem, consult a doctor as soon as possible. Your doctor can diagnose the cause and thereby, treat the problem.
Chronic Leukemia Symptoms: Many people with chronic leukemia in the initial stages may not have symptoms. The disease may be diagnosed during a routine blood test. As the disease progresses, you may develop symptoms gradually, which are generally mild at first and progress gradually.
Acute Symptoms of Leukemia: Some people with acute leukemia may develop symptoms, which appear and progress quickly. They may visit the doctor because they feel sick. Acute symptoms of leukemia may include:
A major difference between chronic and acute leukemia is that both target different blood cells.read more
Ways to Detect Leukaemia among Children and Adults: Leukaemia can be detected among the children and adults by being conscious of certain symptoms given here.read more