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Which kind of blood cancer cause idiopathic thrombocytopenia? Including chronic malignancy

By itself. Essential thrombocythemia is a low-grade blood cancer that often requires no treatment. Most unexplained thrombocytosis in people who seem well otherwise is due to iron deficiency. Nobody understands how this works. Hoping you find the answers you need, and glad you asked. Read more...

I'm having symptoms of blood cancer! Please help me!?

Chill bro. . But see a doctor. He/she will evaluate you, determine which tests you need, and decide if you need to visit a hematologist. Hope it's all well for you. Read more...

Need expert help here. What are the symptoms of blood cancer?

Fatigue, bleeding. Blood cancer is also called leukemia. It is caused when white blood cells grow without stopping. This fills up the bone marrow and prevents platelets and red blood cells from growing, leading to anemia, fatigue, and bleeding. Other symptoms include bruising, drenching night sweats, weight loss, swollen gums, fevers, and cough/shortness of breath. Read more...

Need expert help here. What are the symptoms for blood cancer?

Variable. You are describing the leukemia family, a diverse group. Anemia is usually present and announces itself as diminished exercise tolerance. If platelets are low, there may be petechiae on the skin, or if very low, bleeding from the gut or into the brain. Low white cells may result in odd infections, or pressure in the marrow may make the bones hurt. A CBC is the first step in diagnosis. Read more...

Can anaemia later leads to blood cancer?

Usually not. the most common cause of anemia is iron deficiency. There are a number of other cause, none of which is due to a blood cancer. It is true that a small number of people who become anemic do so as the first sign of hematologic malignancy, such as leukemia, myeloma, or myelodysplastic syndrome. If you are worried about this, ask you doctor to explain what is going on. Read more...