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Ok. Have you called to see what they know? If you aren't able to talk to the doctor, talk with the nurse. Your needs will be addressed. If the doc is out of the office, have another doctor read you the report. You fell through the cracks, but there is plenty that you can do. Once you have the results, let us know and we will have more to discuss.
Mine were suspicious and the doctor only knew when he did surgery and they tested it when I was on the table. It was papillary carcinoma and they took my whole thyroid out. Better to be safe then sorry. I am fine now! But this does not mean yours will be cancerous! So just wait for the results! If they are not sure do get surgery to take them out and they will check yours too!
Good luck and take care!
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