Chronic Myeloid Leukemia (CML): Symptoms
What are the symptoms of chronic myeloid leukemia (CML)?
Some people don’t have any symptoms before being diagnosed with CML. The cancer is
often found when a person has blood tests done for another reason and the tests show
too many white blood cells. If CML does cause symptoms, they can include:
Feeling tired or weak
Fevers, chills, or night sweats
Pain or a sense of fullness in the upper abdomen, from an enlarged spleen
Feeling full after eating only a small amount
Bleeding or bruising easily
Bone or joint pain
When to see your healthcare provider
Many of these symptoms may be caused by other health problems. But it is important
to see your healthcare provider if you have these symptoms. Only a healthcare provider
can tell if you have CML or another type of cancer.