Patients who have leukemia may experience some symptoms that many do not detect, Report informs, citing Yexpress.
According to Leukemia Care, in particular, one of these symptoms is night sweats. Thus, excessive sweating and fever are indications of this disease.
Other warning signs include weakness, fatigue, shortness of breath, dizziness, and palpitations. Besides, it is claimed that leukemia can cause small bruises on the skin, nosebleeds, as well as bleeding gums.
Prodromes of leukemia can vary with age. Thus, patients between the ages of 25 and 54 are more likely to develop symptoms such as fatigue, bruising or bleeding, recurrent infections, joints weakness or shortness of breath, high temperature, and pain.
Also, people over the age of 65, older people often face weight loss or enlarged lymph nodes.