A harsh pain in the abdomen almost always results in the denial to take any food. The absence of appetite is common among people who become victims of leukemia. The worst thing is that the health care providers cannot define leukemia at the early stage in many cases. Still, if you have other symptoms supported by the harsh abdominal pain, it may be an alarming call to action. Tumors in the areas of the spleen and liver are common in the situation. Patients feel fed up; they also challenge nausea and experience great desire to vomit.
The thymus of the patients who face leukemia goes bigger. It expands continuously. The greatest attack to this organ is a T-cell subtype. Thymus as a place is a bottom of the chest. The thymus is located just before the windpipe. A windpipe is known as a trachea. People who may suffer from this diagnosis complain of chronical coughing. It may be strong enough to prevent them from healthy sleep at night. Breathlessness is one more consequence. The body has a so-called SVC – superior vena cava. This is a primary vein. Its function is to deliver blood back to the heart. Expanded thymus creates the feeling of compression on the SVC; the blood returns in veins as a result.