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My daughter shows certain symptoms that did not pass after the therapy. First signs were fatigue; she did not play as much as before, she said that she is always tired. We went to a doctor; she was diagnosed with anemia and received iron therapy. Her condition improved a bit, but other signs showed too. I would like to know what are childhood leukemia symptoms.

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Acute lymphoid leukemia happens often in children, and its basic symptoms are weakness, anemia, fatigue, weight loss, sometimes bone and joint pain, breathing problems, excessive bleeding if the wound occurs, fever… You could mention this to your doctor and ask him to perform tests that will determine if she has this condition. And to make you worry less, I will tell you that about 85% of the kids affected are cured.
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Persons that suffer from acute leukemia often present symptoms that are very similar to those of flu, which will delay a precise leukemia diagnose. The reduction of the number of red blood cells can manifest itself by a yellow color of the face and mucuses, tiredness, weakness, headaches and loss of energy, as well as lack of appetite.

Other symptoms include: General health deterioration (tiredness, fever especially in small children, weight loss), recurrent infections, respiratory problems, predilection towards nasal bleeding, gum bleeding, various other external bleeding, inflammations of the lymph ganglions and pain the the bones.
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