Hi. You may need to consult again with your oncologist/hematologist so they can assess you for disease progression and give appropriate treatment. The night sweats are part of what are called "B symptoms" which are markers for disease activity. The only way to reduce those night sweats is to treat the leukemia itself. Once the disease becomes stabilized or dormant with treatment, the night sweats should recede.
Hi Peter. What count are you referring to? Is it the platelet count, white cell count or the hemoglobin? There are ways to increase the counts. You can either get injected by hormones like erythropoetin (to stimulate red cell production) or filgrastim (stimulate white cell production), or get transfusions (for low hemoglobin or low platelet counts).
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