If your doctor has told you that you have Ph+ CML in chronic phase, learn how TASIGNA may help
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Signs & Symptoms of Ph+ CML
Many people experience no signs, no symptoms, no warning.
The first clue that someone has Ph+ CML is often an abnormally high white blood cell count. Typically, this is found by means of a blood test that your doctor may order during a routine checkup or while looking into another health issue.
Some potential symptoms
Among those patients with Ph+ CML who do report symptoms, they may include:
- Feeling unusually tired
- Shortness of breath while doing everyday activities
- Bone pain
- Unexplained weight loss
- Pain or a feeling of fullness on the upper left side of the belly area (abdomen), under the ribs
- Unusual sweating at night