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What causes pain in the legs, fatigue and anxiety?

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Posted on Thu, 16 Nov 2017
Question: My son is 12w these dx.+ Anxiety, pain in leg, extremeties wfatigue.We have fam hx Cancer, CLL, A-fib, amyloidosis. Pls explained what his T/B cell markers indicate
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Answered by Dr. Indranil Ghosh (9 hours later)
Brief Answer:
They are normal

Detailed Answer:
Hi
Thanks for your query.

I have gone through the reports and did not find anything alarming. The lymph node biopsy is of 2015 and it shows follicular hyperplasia, usually in response to some infection. By this time, it must have settled. The T/B markers support the diagnosis.

He has a factor v Leiden heterozygous, which means his risk of having clots is higher. Any manifestation of clot like leg swelling with or without pain should be dealt with immediately.

His current symptoms are very non-specific and probably unrelated to any of the above. Anxiety treatment should help.

Hope this helps.
Regards
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Follow up: Dr. Indranil Ghosh (3 hours later)
Thank you. What do all the cd20, and the ratio 5:1 mean bc i was told if the first is high thats usuakly indicative to something - and the markers are what you are prone to having
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Answered by Dr. Indranil Ghosh (6 hours later)
Brief Answer:
Unlikely to be significant

Detailed Answer:
It denotes more b cells but as long as those cells are looking normal, nothing to worry. And already 2 years have passed. So if it was serious, the lymph nodes would have enlarged much earlier.
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What causes pain in the legs, fatigue and anxiety?

Brief Answer: They are normal Detailed Answer: Hi Thanks for your query. I have gone through the reports and did not find anything alarming. The lymph node biopsy is of 2015 and it shows follicular hyperplasia, usually in response to some infection. By this time, it must have settled. The T/B markers support the diagnosis. He has a factor v Leiden heterozygous, which means his risk of having clots is higher. Any manifestation of clot like leg swelling with or without pain should be dealt with immediately. His current symptoms are very non-specific and probably unrelated to any of the above. Anxiety treatment should help. Hope this helps. Regards