I was diagnosed with CLL in July of 2015 at the age of 50. It was found through routine blood testing. The oncologist believes that I have had CLL for 3 years. Of course, like most people, I freaked out at first. I have had no symptoms except for an increasing white blood cell count (23,000) until now. Recently I have started experiencing extreme fatigue. My doctor doesn't seem to think much about this since my ALC was stable at this visit. Just wondering if this is normal or if I need to get a second opinion.
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