I got a blood test in November and my doctor said I had a low white blood cell count and she wanted me to get blood tests every couple of months to monitor it. I have gotten 4 tests since then and every time the white blood cell count has gotten lower. I got the results from my last blood test on Wednesday and not only is my white blood cell count is low, but my iron is also low now. My doctor told me to take a multivitamin for the iron. She wants me to get another blood test in July to see if the white blood cell count has gotten lower and if it has she wants to send me to a hematologist. Could this be serious?
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What Is Hairy Cell Leukemia? Treatment, Symptoms, and Causes of the Rare Disease
Hairy Cell Leukemia: Rare and Highly Treatable | Everyday Health
Leukemia is a type of cancer that affects white blood cells. Symptoms include nausea, fever, and anemia. People with leukemia can also experience skin-related issues, such as a rash. The majority of rashes have no link to cancer and should resolve without treatment or with over-the-counter medication. Leukemia impairs the development of white blood cells and causes them to stop functioning correctly.
Hairy cell leukemia
Leukemia , also spelled leukaemia , is a group of blood cancers that usually begin in the bone marrow and result in high numbers of abnormal blood cells. The exact cause of leukemia is unknown. Treatment may involve some combination of chemotherapy , radiation therapy , targeted therapy , and bone marrow transplant , in addition to supportive care and palliative care as needed. Outcomes have improved in the developed world.
Hairy cell leukemia HCL is an uncommon type of lymphocytic leukemia that starts in B cells, or B lymphocytes a type of white blood cell. It is called hairy cell leukemia because hair-like projections can be seen on the surface of the cancer cells when they are viewed under a microscope. It is more common in men than in women. The average age at diagnosis is 50 years.