Signs And Symptoms Of Blood Cancer?
In the morning I am a goddess, I want to ask my mother to be sick, my mother is 46 years old, her HB is low, it is difficult to eat because it hurts the throat, fever, cough and shortness of breath and easily tired when doing docSudh activities 3 times in the hospital without 4 blood bags. 3 times in hospital admission. I think it’s a disease. When the first hospital said tipes, the second one was the low blood pressure and the heart. And the third one said blood cancer but the results of the irritation had not come out. Please give a solution and it’s a sign of what disease.
Hello, Prisca the goddess of grasili. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the concern you feel.
First of all, we need to ask a few questions regarding your complaint. Since when do the symptoms that occur in your mother last? What is the level of hemoglobin and other parameters on the results of blood tests? Have you discussed directly with the doctor who treated your mother regarding the results of the blood test?
The information you submit is a symptom that is non-specific and does not necessarily form the basis for the diagnosis. We recommend that you consult directly with your doctor or internist in order to conduct an appropriate evaluation through history taking, comprehensive physical examination, and necessary investigations according to the indications found.
As an illustration, blood cancer (leukemia) is a type of cancer in blood cells that is characterized by conditions of excessive white blood cell production and does not function well. Generally, the increase in the production of white blood cells causes the production of other blood cells to decrease. This disruption in the number of blood cells also affects the function of other organs, such as the liver, spleen, lungs, kidneys, heart, and brain. For example, a decrease in red blood cell levels (characterized by a decrease in hemoglobin levels) will cause the body to lack oxygen supply, triggering the heart to pump blood more quickly as compensation so that patients may complain of heart palpitations. Other symptoms that can direct the suspicion of blood cancer include:
Pale, tired quickly, body limp Often fever and prone to infectious diseases Appear bruising on the body, red spots on the skin, nosebleeds, bleeding gums Enlargement of lymph nodes, liver, and spleen Sometimes pain can appear in the bones Complaints above is not specific and requires direct evaluation by a doctor to find out the underlying disease. We advise you to immediately consult a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine to obtain an appropriate evaluation and treatment.
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