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Hi Emmy,

Everyone seems to ask about this after a TT. Mine have gone done a lot. I massage them -peachy12 has a good explaination of what they are.
I went back and copied a few posts - if you want to read all in that thread you can find it by the link (if I remembered to put it on). I put the date/time on some of them-they are the last post of the thread - you can find by going back on the pages to that date and time.[url][/url]
02-28-2006, 04:45 PM
[QUOTE=peachy12]I just had a total thyroidectomy and unattached tumor removed on Feb. 2. My Dr. told me that the bottom muscles are anchored to the bottom of the incision. The top muscles that were cut are just sort of hanging up there with nothing to hold onto, causing the lumpy/bumpy appearance at the top of the incision and the swelling. He said it will take about 4 months to heal as the muscle reattaches itself. My headaches have also increased severely (now almost daily) and I am feeling crappy. It is your body adjusting to the thyroid meds and they will probably have to be changed at the next follow up when they run your blood tests. I feel for you :)[/QUOTE] 02-09-2006, 09:24 PM Swelling after TT
[QUOTE=kant]After a TT you actually go through a period where your scar will get real hard, like a piece of rope and that swelling gets soar too. There is alot in there to go down and if you had alot of invasive manuevering it can really take a while. My throat took about 6 weeks til it felt normal again and I am just at 6 months and even this month I notice a huge difference in my scar and the smallness of my neck. It looks so skinny again!! :)

Karen[/QUOTE]Indigestion after TT
02-17-2006, 11:51 AM
[QUOTE=marissamm]yes your epilglottis(the flap) gets weak, i also had indigestion after my tt. i still get it now but not as even happened when i was asleep the first day i came home, so be careful when your sleeping.[/QUOTE] This is just a link - lots of info on this one
Thyroidectomy incision/scar questions
last post - 02-02-2006, 10:09 AM

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