Chronic myeloid leukemia symptoms
The majority of cases are diagnosed when the patient is still asymptomatic. These casual findings are discovered after a routine blood test that reveals a high white blood cell count and an enlarged spleen. Symptoms may also appear in later phases of the disease, and the more important are as follows:
1. Fatigue and nonspecific symptoms
They are very common in the early stages of the disease, and usually feature decreased energy and reduced tolerance to exercise.