So my newest test results showed that i am now am hypo. My follicular cancer was more aggressive than they thought. I now have to have my full thyroid removed and they suggest that i have the surgery done on my neck and not distant site like my last surgery. Is it normal to get my adrenal glandes checked. They also think i may have polycystic ovarian syndrome. Is it common for these problems occur together.
My endo is having me testes for both. I am not sure about the Adrenal issue but i do seem to have all they symptoms of PCOS. i just wasnt sure how common both occuring together are. Just seems everytime i go to the doctor the things they told me at the last vist no longer apply and i start with a fresh set of problems.
That what i been trying to do. I see any endo and an oncoligist/surgen. They each say something differnt. The oncolist said i had a "little cancer" and he thinks i should wait. WHen i called for my lab results one of the nurses said my levels were normal. I went to the endo and she suggested removal as it is folicular cancer and said my levels were low. She started me on replacement but i feel worse on the drugs than i did without them. It seems like that happens with adrenal issues. All so confusing and occuring so fast.
he wanted to wait and see if it grew. When i went to the endo she said it had already started to spread to other parts of my thyrios. I go back to see him this week as he is also my surgen and he is a great surgen i'm kinda dont want to have to have a new surgen.
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