CLL is the most common chronic leukemia in the United States. In people with CLL, too many white blood cells (known as lymphocytes) build up in the blood, bone marrow, spleen, and lymph nodes. Over time, these cells may crowd healthy cells, resulting in fewer normal blood cells and platelets.
Everyone experiences chronic lymphocytic leukemia, or CLL, differently. It is important to pay attention to how your CLL may be affecting you. Tell your doctor if you notice any symptoms or changes in your health.
While you are being treated and after your treatment concludes, your doctor will continue to monitor your CLL.
Symptoms of CLL may be seen in other conditions as well. Only your doctor will be able to tell if your symptoms are related to CLL.
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