Because of the presence of blood cancer, the cells involved will not be able to perform normally and hence may cause the typical symptoms of leucocytosis or leukopenia. There may be disorders of hemostasis, low platelet counts and the presence of non-identifiable infections. The blood cell counts will fluctuate with sometimes the lymphocytes being in an abnormally high range. Fatigue and weight loss might be present because of anorexia. Some cancers may cause splenomegaly (enlarged spleen) or hepatomegaly (enlarged liver) and have associated abdominal pain. Lymphadenopathy might accompany in many cancers.