Chronic Myeloid Leukemia Symptoms, Prognosis, and Treatment: A Comprehensive Guide

Abdominal Discomfort: Enlarged spleen or liver due to the accumulation of abnormal cells may cause discomfort or pain in the abdomen.

Bone Pain: CML can cause bone pain, particularly in the long bones like the arms and legs.

Fever and Infections: Patients may have frequent infections and an elevated body temperature.

Easy Bruising and Bleeding: Abnormal blood cells can affect the blood’s clotting ability, leading to easy bruising and bleeding.

Shortness of Breath: Reduced red blood cell count can result in insufficient oxygen supply to the tissues, causing shortness of breath.