My heart is breaking for you! I had Acute Myelogenous Leukemia in July of 2004 and went through 2 rounds of chemo and then had a Bone Marrow Transplant.
I know you stated in your post that you had been through this before, but I don't know how much you remember from that time since it was so long ago.
The oncologist will probably want to do a bone marrow biopsy to find out what exact type of leukemia you have. The results from that biopsy will tell them what methods to take to best help you. Remember, you have age on your side!! You are definitely a very strong young lady! I am sure that after having some time to digest what you have been and will be told that you will face treatment with your head held high and your resolve incredibly strong.
The doctors have done a lot of research in the area of leukemia(s), and their treatments get better and better. They have made great strides and every oncologist that I have ever seen really cares about their patients. It takes a special type of person to become an oncologist, I hope the doctor you are going to see is as great as what I have witnessed in the past.
I realize that you do not know me from Adam, but if you need to talk about your situation or have any questions in the future regarding your treatment that I may be able to help out with, please do not hesitate to post or email to me.
I will keep you in my prayers!
DX pyoderma gangrenosum, Acute Myelogenous Leukemia, Bone Marrow Transplant, Chronic Pain syndrome, Chronic Kidney Disease Stage 3, Major Depressive Disorder, Radiculopathy, Bilateral Hip Pain, Insomnia,Left Groin Hernia, Bulging Disk in Lumbar Spine, Tear in Lumbar Spine, Tendonitis and Bursitis in both hips.