What are Leukemia symptoms?
So, my friend claims that she went to the docter to be tested for cancer.
Do symptoms include:
Frequent nosebleed and bleeding from the mouth
And like a mole on her forehead that the docter said was cancer?
- 8 years agoFavorite Answer
Those are not Leukemia symptoms, common symptoms of Leukemia are:
Fever and night sweats.
Bruising or bleeding easily.
Bone or joint pain.
A swollen or painful belly from an enlarged spleen.
Swollen lymph nodes in the armpit, neck, or groin.
Getting a lot of infections.
Feeling very tired or weak.
Losing weight and not feeling hungry
an excessively high amount of white blood cells
The mole would more or less be skin cancer, nothing involving Leukemia so i wish your friend the best of luck for the future and she might really want to get that bleeding from the mouth checked outSource(s): I had Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia for 3 1/2 years going through chemo treatment, radiation etc etc. I am also studying to become a Pediatric Hematologist-Oncologist
- TarkarriLv 78 years ago
What testing did she have?
A mole, if cancerous, would be a type of skin cancer and unrelated to nosebleeds.