Dear Anonymous, thank you for your query. At the outset, it is important to know that the mere fact that you do have tiny red spots on your skin, does not automatically mean that you have Leukaemia. Some viral infections may also be responsible for tiny red spots appearing on the skin.
Skin rashes are not always easy to diagnose. It is important to have them checked out by a dermatologist (a specialist specially trained in skin conditions).
Also, from the other signs which you report, it is not easy to make a diagnosis. It is, however, suggested that you make an appointment with your doctor who will be able to advise you after having done a careful physical examination and various tests. Should he/she have any reason to suspect any sinister or serious diagnosis, he/she will do the necessary tests to make a diagnosis and may even refer you to a specialist for specialised investigations. (MCH).
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