Following are some common signs and symptoms of ALL, which may help in early diagnosis if attended appropriately:
- Fatigue and weakness attributable to anemia, other anemia-related symptoms may include shortness of breath and dizziness
- Recurrent infections like pneumonia due to low WBC count (leukopenia)
- Increased bleeding tendency due to low platelet count (thrombocytopenia)
- Unexplained weight loss
- Fever and night sweats
- Pain in extremities or joint in children
- Enlargement of the spleen or liver
- Enlargement of lymph nodes
- Spread of ALL cells to CNS may cause certain symptoms such as headache, seizures, vomiting, chin numbness, blurred vision, and imbalance.
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