I know it sounds crazy but I feel like I have thyroid cancer. Would tell me a little about your diagnosis?
I too have "normal" labs, except for an elevated T3 & slightly elevated antibodies.
I have read that this could signal cancer.
I have hoarseness & voice changes, difficulty swallowing & neck pain that comes & goes. I even get nausea sometimes. & I'm always exhausted.
I had an US done in Nov and they said, after a 2nd opinion, the gland was heterogenous. I also have a tiny cyst which they are ignoring. It might be nothing but I had a CT done and they confirm swollen nodes.
What can I do if I feel the bumps but others dont???
Joanne - (jmc72)
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