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... Hi, I had a phenomenal dr in my hometown who has managed my thyroid disease for 10 years. ... (0 replies)
... would test TSH, T4, and T3. When ever I ask for these tests they tell me that the TSH test is so sensitive now that the other tests are not needed. I dealt with thyroid issues for 20 years before having the right side removed. ... (1 replies)
... I asked him how concerned I should be over my nodules and the risk of cancer and he said he wasn't that familiar with thyroid cancer and couldn't really say. ... (4 replies)

... Okay, so back in October I was experiencing a lot of fatigue.. went to the dr and the PA noticed something on my thyroid and sent me for an ultrasound which confirmed 2 nodules. One of them being 1 cm and the other a little under a cm. ... (0 replies)
Thyroid nodules
Apr 12, 2016
... I was wondering if someone could help me with this, I now have numerous nodules and are being referred to Endocrinology, here are my test result, could someone tell what you think they will do, maybe a biopsy on some of them? ... (0 replies)
Thyroid Nodules
Feb 12, 2016
... Ok...I know that thyroid nodules are common. ... (2 replies)
... I am currently being treated for multiple thyroid nodules. My physician first noticed thyroid enlargement during a physical in 2012. ... (2 replies)
... I have multi nodules but the dominant one is a 2.5cm complex one w calcification. My intent on seeing the endocrinologist at a major Boston hospital was to get the FNA. ... (4 replies)
... New here! Was diagnosed with thyroid nodules in November unexpectedly during a CT scan of my chest. ... (4 replies)
... for the umpteenth time a few years ago. She noted that my thyroid and lymph nodes were a little swollen, so she had an ultrasound done and found thyroid nodules. I was told at that time that the nodules were likely benign and there was nothing that could be done. ... (3 replies)
... shoulder pain. The only previous MRI that had been done was over 5 years old, and no Nodules were present on it. ... (3 replies)
... New Post here with lots of concerns and questions! Medical History: Iíll be 52 in a couple months. Long time smoker, bad disc in my back, gall bladder removed about 7 yearís ago, partial hysterectomy due to prolapsed uterus and Very heavy, painful, irregular periods about 5-6 years ago. Iíve had ďcold soresĒ (herpes simplex 1 I think itís called) my whole life but none... (0 replies)
... and he just said I need to go for a thyroid scan to find out if it's cancer. I made the connection later on. ... (6 replies)
... Lol. Thanks for replying. I am very nervous mainly because my sister is going through chemo for breast cancer but it still makes you think. Did they put you on meds since your surgery or are you med free? My problem is, my TSH, 3rd generation w/reflex to free T-4 was 5.63. Not sure what all that means but its why I had the ultrasound. My T-4 by itself was 0.9 and the range was... (8 replies)
... THYROID NODULES ARE VERY COMMON AND RARELY CANCEROUS. it is one of the most treatable cancers. ... (8 replies)
... Are thyroid nodules common even with those who do not thyroid issues? ... (8 replies)
... I went in for an ultrasound and they found 6 thyroid nodules. ... (9 replies)
... months to moniter your enlarged thyroid weather your bloods are normal or not. ... (2 replies)
... I have known about thyroid nodules for 13 years. ... (0 replies)
... I found this site while searching the internet, trying to learn about thyroid nodules. ... (3 replies)

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