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Suffering from MGUS. Feeling fatigued, severe pain in groin and kidney, vomiting, nose bleeds. Is this related to MGUS

I was diagnosed with MGUS in my 40 s and am now 55.My oncologist told me it was to do with my T cells. I have not had a follow up for nearly 2 years and am feeling extremely fatigued and am currently experiencing severe groin pain and kidney pain. I have also been vomiting for no reason and blood literally pours from my nose when I ve been sick. Do you think this is related to the MGUS? I am sick of feeling tired all the time.
Thu, 28 Jun 2012
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These symptoms definitely seem to be related to your MGUS which can invade your bone marrow and cause severe depletion of red cells, white cells and platelets. I definitely think you should get yourself evaluated by your oncologist. He would have to run several tests including a complete blood count, a bone marrow biopsy and a CT scan of the abdomen. Depending upon the extent of your disease, further treatment can be decided.
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