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Chronic lymphocytic leukaemia - Symptoms of chronic lymphocytic leukaemia

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In its early stages, chronic lymphocytic leukaemia usually causes no noticeable symptoms.

As the condition develops, symptoms include:

  • repeated infections (that occur over a short space of time)
  • tiredness
  • breathlessness
  • weakness
  • night sweats
  • unusual bleeding and bruising
  • swollen spleen
  • swollen lymph nodes (glands)
Medical Review: June 04, 2012
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