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Posted 6 Oct 2016 by Shaz123 • 0 answers
I am also able to move it slightly when I press on it and it also squishes slightly when I press on it thanks for the help, please need answers.
Posted 4 Aug 2016 by Rose3160 • 3 answers
I have a normal functioning Thyroid but have several nodules..I had surgery 40 years ago in my teens to remove the 8 i had..they have grown back and I have had biopsies that were benign.every year I do ultrasounds to watch the growth and every year I usually need a biopsy on yet a different ...
Hyperthyroidism - Hyper labs, horrible body aches, nodule, other hyper and hypo symptoms for years.?
Posted 4 Jul 2016 by Melissa101112 • 0 answers
... No meds. Now given 150 mcg Sythroid by an ENT for the last two weeks. I don't find much support online for taking synthroid when my TSH was .9 (hyper) before I started the synthroid. Make sense? Have any of you taken synthroid with low TSH? I have normal FT3 and FT4 btw.
Posted 21 Jul 2016 by Jenniferleigh777 • 0 answers
Mildly heterogeneous, hypervascular thyroid gland, normal in size Solid nodule adjacent to lower pole right lobe may be indicative of lymph node. What could his mean?
Posted 21 Jan 2016 by virginia 2016 • 0 answers
i had radiation therapy i july 2015 for a cancerous thyroid nodule.
Posted 24 Oct 2015 by avahayes • 4 answers
... T4) are normal. I have 2 nodules on my thyroid: one is solid and shows calcification. Have not had the antibody test yet. Have needle biopsy next week. Does this sound like Hashimoto's? I had a partial thyroidectomy at 19. I'm now 68. If I have to lose my thyroid, will I recover from ...
Posted 11 Nov 2015 by Lisalisa0208 • 1 answer
Posted 17 Oct 2015 by WereTeamMorgan • 1 answer
I have been told I have to have my complete thyroid removed. I have 2 large benign nodules measuring 5-6cm. I am totally fearful of having surgery and then having to be on Synthroid for the rest of my life. If you have had to have your thyroid removed and are now on Synthroid, could you share your ...
Posted 18 Oct 2015 by Trish Schiesser • 0 answers
... Gabapentin for the awful itchy rash that comes and goes frequently. Are there any other medications anyone can tell me about, for this disease? Thanks, Trish Schiesser
Posted 1 Jun 2015 by verylost48 • 1 answer
Hello I am new to this site. I am 48 and have been threw the wringer, 11 years ago I had half of my thyroid removed due to a nodule the doc thought could be cancer. Thank goodness it was not. After the surgery the surgeon said that I would not have to take any meds. I was fine for awhile now I have ...
Posted 16 May 2015 by Kirahane • 1 answer
... stressing bout it all . Im having it removed as have a large goiter on the front on my thoat . One side has more nodules than other so wont know if both will go or one till in surgery . My thyroid tests have always come back normal . Has anyone else had this and how have they coped? Did u put ...
Posted 16 Jan 2015 by dakmaknk • 1 answer
ENT gave option of surgery now. but with severe copd pulmonary hypertension Afib and i had a dvt my pulmonary doc said that I am too high risk for surgery. I understand all this. But what happens if I really do need surgery. If I have it I could die and If I dont have it I probably will die. if ...
Posted 21 Nov 2014 by karenbarta • 2 answers
I have RA. (6 years now) I am starting to develop a lot of RA Nodules. Elbow for a couple of years, now they are starting on my hands. There are approx 20 on each hand. I live in an isolated area. I only have 1 Rheumatologist within 100 miles of my house. I din't quite trust her. Any ...
Posted 14 Oct 2013 by MsTracyMarie • 3 answers
Why do the procedure when we plan to remove entire Thyroid? What can I expect with procedure? My story thus far: I have hyperthyroidism (level is .03), and discovered my thyroid had substantially grown and needed removal August 2013 (went to see ENT about something else and asked him about it). I ...
Posted 20 Jun 2014 by sharonwm • 1 answer
I had my thyroid removed because : 1) Goiter could not be removed without removing thyroid 2) One side of thyroid growing new nodules 3) One side of thyroid growing cancer cells