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... Helen, yes the beta blocker has helped me with that also. I found this under an articale, i am wondering why the surgeon wouldn't have gave me more options? ... (35 replies)
... that one surgeon may able to just remove the nodule without having to do a partial lobectomy. ... (4 replies)
... Here is the URL to the page in our "Information Archive" that has a checklist of symptoms. Remove the and before copying and pasting into your browser bar. ... (3 replies)

Deda...u around???
Jun 13, 2005
... hot....never the other way around. I wish I was just plain old hypo although my numbers say I am. I don't understand why I am getting the wost hyper symptoms and barely any hypo symptoms. My weight has remained steady over the last year or so... ... (2 replies)
... so that's why he ordered the CT of the chest. ... (22 replies)
... You could have Hashimoto's Thyroiditis which was posted above. The reason why it would be good for you to be on meds even though you may not have "abnormal" blood tests is because the meds would give your gland a break. ... (9 replies)
... that risks of cancer were small but not zero, and that typically thyroid cancer grows slowly, and it was my choice. ... (9 replies)
... You definitely have low thyroid function, and it's severe enough that it is the likely cause of at least some of your health issues. Your TSH above 10 is proof of it. ... (13 replies)
... The thyroid settles down whilst pregnant"...too stupid for words. Are you pregnant? ... (15 replies)
... The endo basically told me all was well with my thyroid and can't attribute any symptoms to it as it is normal, and hasn't really been that underactive. ... (15 replies)
... you say removal of the thyroid eventually...maybe the biopsy gives them a more tuned in information on the nodule? ... (9 replies)
... Welcome, Kaylor. People with multinodular goiters are less likely to have thyroid cancer than those with single nodules and, with your negative FNA of the cold nodule, your risks of abnormal cells are lessened. ... (2 replies)
Aug 13, 2002
... That's why the doctor says better safe than sorry. ... (3 replies)
... Hi zuzu23. It sounds like a pretty good result, but you have a lot of stuff going on in that little gland of yours. ... (5 replies)

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