So, I'm really frustrated at this point. I just want to know what's wrong with me. Over the last year or so I've had abnormal blood counts. I have very low white blood counts/leukopenia (lymphocytes, white blood cells, etc) and anemia (low red count, hematocrit, etc). Most recently my reticulocytes have been low. And I've had low platelets a few times. My doc referred me to a hematologist since all my blood counts seem to be trending downwards. Now I've started having bone bain in my legs and arms (generalized), sweating and night sweats, and just getting sick a lot. I'm tired of being sick and feeling like an old lady. I'm only 20 years old. I feel like the doctors don't really care. Like when I told my primary care doctor that my bones hurt she just said to take calcium and vitamin D. Whenever I put all my symptoms in on the symptom checker on this website it always comes up with leukemia no matter how many ways I try to change it up (take a symptom out or something). I don't know if I should be worried about that though. I mean how can I have leukemia? I would think that I would know because I'd be really sick. You would think the doctors would know since they drew my blood and stuff. I am afraid to talk to them anymore because I don't want them to think I'm a hypochondriac or something. It's just frustrating because I'm young and feel like I shouldn't have all these problems. The sweating and bone pain are getting really annoying, too. Can anyone offer any advice or help? ThanksReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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