Patients usually present with tiredness, bruising, bleeding, infections, enlarged lymph glands or bone pain. However these are no specific symptoms and there are other reasons for these symptoms and it is important to see your GP if these symptoms persist.
Symptoms vary but may include extreme tiredness, fevers, drenching night sweats, unexplained weight loss, persistent (more than 4 weeks) swelling of lymph nodes, excessive bruising or bleeding, bone pain, new or different backache, recurrent or unusual infection. It is important to remember that all of these symptoms can have entirely ‘benign’ causes. Talk to your GP if you are concerned.