I am 27 year old female, I am awaiting my blood test results to find out if any Thyroid problems I have. I did have a Thyroid ultrasound done that showed my right lobe to be 6 cm and my left lobe to be 3 cm with both lobes having multiple small cysts.
My question is I had my I123 Uptake and Scan and on that it showed low normal iodine uptake and Mild Nodular Hyperplasia, what does that mean, I cannot find anything specific on the internet about Nodular Hyperplasia. I am hoping it is an ok thing. Any info would be great.
Goiter - Neck uncomfortable - Exhausted - HBP - hear rate is 110-120 - shaky hands - dry skin - diarr/constipation sometimes both - blurry unfocued eyes - bad anxiety - mood swing and many other symptoms as well..
My GP ran some labs but they seem to be ok so I decided to get a 2nd opinion with an endocronoligst, I get my results tomorrow morning.
TSH .9 normal
t3 uptake 1.11 range was ?? - 1.3
Any info on Nodular Hyperplasia would be greatly appreciated
what ever happened with your situation? I just had the left lobe of my thyroid removed and the nodule came back from pathology as hyperplastic. I suffered with the same symptoms as you for two decades!
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