Recognizing Early Symptoms of Multiple Myeloma

Multiple myeloma is a cancer of the blood and bone marrow that often does not have any recognizable symptoms until it has progressed to an advanced stage. It’s important to recognize the early signs and symptoms of multiple myeloma so that you can seek treatment as soon as possible. Here are some of the early warning signs to look out for.

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Fatigue and Weakness
One of the earliest warning signs of multiple myeloma is persistent fatigue and weakness, especially if it interferes with daily activities. This may be due to anemia (low levels of red blood cells), which can result from a lack of healthy plasma cells in the bone marrow or from increased kidney workload caused by an accumulation of toxic substances in the bloodstream (called “Bence Jones protein”).

Bone Pain
Multiple myeloma can cause pain in various parts of your body, especially in your bones. This type of pain often occurs at night or when you move, and it may become worse over time. Bone pain associated with multiple myeloma is usually described as a dull ache that may affect one area or multiple areas. It’s important to note that this type of pain can also be caused by other conditions, such as arthritis or osteoporosis, so it’s best to consult your doctor if you experience any type of bone pain.

Frequent Infections
Another common symptom associated with multiple myeloma is frequent infections. Your immune system relies on healthy plasma cells to fight off bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens; if these cells become depleted due to cancerous growths in the bone marrow, you may be more susceptible to infection than normal. These infections may range from mild colds and flu-like illnesses to more serious bacterial infections that require antibiotics for treatment.

If any of these symptoms persist for more than two weeks it would be wise to speak with your doctor about getting tested for multiple myeloma or other illnesses related to these same symptoms. Additionally, it helps if you keep track of your symptoms as this information can be helpful both in diagnosing and treating your condition. Your doctor may ask questions such as “When did your symptoms start?” “How severe are they?” “What makes them better or worse?” Keeping detailed notes on these answers will help you explain your situation clearly and accurately during appointments with your physician.

When to meet a specialist?

It’s important to remember that these symptoms are not necessarily indicative of multiple myeloma; they can also be caused by other conditions or simply due to a lack of rest or proper nutrition. However, if you experience any combination or number of these symptoms on a regular basis, it’s best to consult your doctor right away for further evaluation and testing. Early diagnosis is key when it comes to effectively treating multiple myeloma; don’t wait until your symptoms become severe before seeking help!

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