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Do multinodular goiters often shrink or go away on their own?
I am wondering if it is common for goiters to shrink on their own. About a month ago my thyroid was so enlarged I was having difficuly eating. First my left side then the right. at that time my symptoms were at their worst. Now my thyroid seems to be almost back to normal from feeling my neck and my symptoms seemto have subsided except for the racing heartbeat and fatigue. I have been diagnosed with Hashi's.. I had full blood work done this morning and will see endo on Thbursday.
Any comments or answers are greatly appreciated.
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Some people with Hashimoto's disease undergoing the periods of the "thyroiditis" attacks. the endo may suggest to take antiinflammatory medicine such as Aspirin to ease up the symptoms.
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