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Symptoms

The symptoms of acute myeloid leukaemia (AML) usually develop over a few weeks, becoming more severe as the number of immature white blood cells increases.

Symptoms of AML can include:

When to seek medical advice

See a GP if you or your child have the symptoms of AML.

Although it's highly unlikely that AML is the cause, these symptoms need to be investigated and treated promptly.