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... Hello all. I am new to the board and new to having thyroid issues. ... (4 replies)
... Is it normal for one side of your thyroid to be larger than the other ? ... (2 replies)
... cancerous, pain causing Thyroid out! First I had to fight like tooth and nails because as one Doc told me "We dont take Thyroids out for Hashimoto's", that was the first thing he said to me, and all before the door even shut behind him. ... (5 replies)

... so I finally went to a ENT who insisted it was just "asymmetric." Like I was just born with one side larger than the other. ... (0 replies)
... I am a 36 year old female, have had problems with my thyroid for about 8 years ... ... (2 replies)
... less than . ... (2 replies)
... that my neck was larger than normal on the right side. Also I was unable to wear any choker necklaces because they just didn't fit.... ... (6 replies)
... with antiTPO and antithyroglobulin. My endo says I have Hashimoto's. I have nodules and cysts also with one side of thyroid larger than the other. I also had low uptake on RIU. ... (6 replies)
... at my annual gyno exam, my doctor said my Thyroid felt a little bit enlarged. ... (3 replies)
Thyroid Problems?
Feb 15, 2006
... the gland measures 5.3 x 2.0 x 1.5 cm in diameter. I the lower pole of the right lobe again identified is an approximately 1 x1 x1 nodule. this is unchanged. No other nodules are identified. The isthmus is normal in thickness. ... (25 replies)
... e truth is that fine needle aspiration has it's limitations it all depends how you feel living everyday with that enlarged thyroid. I was first told that I had a larger than normal thyroid when I was 20. Now, at 38, after a pregnancy one of my lobes suddenly got very enlarged. I too had normal bloodwork. ... (7 replies)
... It could depend on what kind of thyroid problem you had in the first place. Some thyroids recover and start working again. Some quit to never work again. ... (1 replies)
... I never really had that much energy as a child. Had my period at 9 years old. Have always been a little overweight and had more body hair than most girls my age. ... (17 replies)
... My right lobe is larger than the left, and the doctor noticed that just by feeling of it. Nothing was said about either side when I was diagnosed with a goiter one year ago. ... (4 replies)
... Did the doctor in the ER physically check your thyroid gland? ... (3 replies)
Jul 26, 2013
... My ear, nose and throat Dr reassured me by telling me that if it was to be cancer and it rarely is as he told me, the treatment is much more successful to treat than other cancers. He offered to remove it in 2011, but also added that we could wait and see. I decided to wait and see. ... (1 replies)
... Your hives are probably due to the TPO antibodies more than gluten. If removing gluten from your diet improved them, it's probably because it reduced the TPO Abs. Have you tried taking an OTC selenium supplement? ... (3 replies)
Biopsy Questions
Apr 16, 2012
... In your case, if you have so many nodules that are on the larger side, as well as thyroid disease, you may want to consider getting the thyroid out, it may help you manage your thyroid levels better as well. ... (1 replies)
Biopsy Questions
Apr 16, 2012
... for about 10 years. I'm 31. I started visiting a new doctor last month. My new doctor sent me for an ultrasound of my thyroid because one side of my thyroid felt larger than the other. All of my blood work came back normal. ... (1 replies)
... Needless to say, I'm highly disappointed that I've come this far only to see my T3 levels drop and feel more miserable than when I started. It's SO HARD to get an endocrinologist to listen to how you "feel" rather than the numbers. ... (4 replies)

Associated Tags: endocrinologist, ent, goiter, hypothyroid. thyroidectomy, thyroidectomy

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