I was diagnosed with thyroid cancer 3 years ago and had a thyroidectomy. My scan 1 1/2 years ago was normal, so am cancer free. My TSH and T3 and T4 are okay, too. However, I have had large lymph nodes in my neck over the last 6 months and have been extremely tired. They did an ultrasound-guided biopsy on one of fthe lymph nodes and it came back with no thyroid cancer, but heterogeneous lymphocytes. Exactly what does this mean and should I be concerned? And what about my fatigue. I can't even get through a day anymore.
Oh, I am so glad you posted! I am to the point of being bedridden because I'm so tired. I can't do much of anything. I have assisted care, if that tells you anything, and I am 35. I don't know much of what you are talking about. I have been doing research on my own for yrs. I get routine bld work done, that's all they do for me. I know there is something going on. I really want to know what your situation is and what docs you had seen. What's with the lymphocytes? I don't understand. How did they know to run a scan? Thanks for info.
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