Dr. Kallenbach practices in philadelphia, Pa. she specializes in both benign and malignant hematologist conditions. Practice location:Abramson Cancer Center at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center51 N. 39 th StPhiladelphia, Pa 19104
Internal MedicineAmerican Board of Internal MedicineABIM- Hematology
Dr. Lisa R Kallenbach M.D.'s Expert Contributions
Your symptoms can be seen in many disorders, both benign and malignant, so we cannot diagnose leukemia based on them. If you are concerned you should see your primary care doctor who will order a CBC with differential to see if the blood counts are abnormal in a way that might suggest leukemia. You would then be referred immediately to a hematologist if they did suggest a bone marrow problem such as leukemia. At times unexplained bruising can be from conditions such as iron deficiency which is easily treated.. your bruising could also be contributed to by the aspirin you take. Achy knees can occur in many conditions, many of them benign. Again, I would start with some blood work with your primary care physician. READ MORE
The issue is that you are Rh negative and your husband is Rh positive. If the baby is positive, you could have a hemolytic reaction- so when pregnant you will receive injections of Rhogam to prevent this. It won't be an issue. There is no issue with conceiving. Dr. Kallenbach READ MORE
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