hi, i have a swollen gland in my neck under my jaw... i can wiggle it about. I also have a swollen thyroid and feels like i cant swollow properly.... i went to my doctors for about 3 weeks before he did anything? i had blood tests done on my thyroid and other stuff?? im worried about cancer all the time as i lost a friend through it!!! can my bloods rule out cancer of the throat?? help im going crackers
Settle down! Your doctor is testing your thyroid levels and doing most likely
a complete blood panel. These would be standard test for what your presenting. I have thyroid non-cancer tumors on my thyroid. Lots of them.
Many people do and only 5 percent of those people have thyroid cancer.
Before you step off the Clift into that mountain of crackers - get the tests back and ask your doctor what the chances are of it being cancer. When he sends
you for a fine needle aspiration of that lump...don't flip out- that's how they
can find out if its cancer or not.
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