I have had a fna in a complex nodule with results of hurthle cells and awaiting the results of second fna on a solid nodule, which I will get thursday as well as a date for surgery for total removal of my thyroid.
Thanks for the info. I thought the itch might be from thyroid meds. or matter of fact, any meds. I had a reaction to brown dye in meds. which made me itch starting at pelvic area, moving to the sides of the under arm and then up to my neck and side of face/chin area. So I was relating to that when I read neck itch.
I have read where all over itching can be related to thyroid. Dry itchy skin also, etc. Anything is possible and nothing surprising.
Good luck with the nodule results, I hope it comes out
non-cancer. The same with your surgery.
I don't know exactly why you are itching, but during some of my worst times with Graves' Disease, my neck and throat itched so bad around my thyroid I had to wear turtle neck shirts to cover up the marks because I couldn't stop. Talk to your doctor.
My problem started off with swollen lymph nodes on the back of my neck a week ago. now the lumps have gone down but I'm constantly scracthing the area along with my scalp, and thighs to the point where the scratching causes bruises on my thighs. please help!
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