I was diagnosed with hypothyroid in Feb/08. Since starting on synthroid, I have had a feeling of a "lump" in my throat and also it sometimes gets so bad, it gives me a headache. My blood levels now show "normal' but this problem is getting worse. What could it be? Also, since starting on the synthroid, I am often getting heart fluttering. Is this normal?
I really think that the Synthroid is the problem with my pressure in the throat. Is it possible to stop the synthroid until I see my Dr.? I have an appointment booked for June 12th. Why would I have a thyroid nodule all of a sudden? Is it possible that starting the synthroid did this? I felt fine before the synthroid and I am starting to feel I should never have gone on it. I don't know what my levels were but I don't think they were very high. Thank you.
Not a doctor, just a patient.
I have a constant feeling of a lump in my throat, and there is a lump in my throat. I haven't been on the med since last November. Initially, I went to the doc with that lump feeling, long before being diagnosed with thyroid disease and being put on any med. Lumps are probably a result of the disease process, not the Synthroid.
You probably should get the ultra sound to make sure.
Best wishes to you.
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