does anyone who's had a goiter, nodules ever get really painfull lymph glands in the neck under the jaw? i've been getting this on and off since i discovered the nodules and today they're so painfull i can hardly swallow. any ideas?
got a call from the hospital yesterday, got pre-assessment on the 16th may, then vocal cord check on the 30th may then TT on 3rd june! getting nervous now, 6 weeks today, gulp!
I have just been diagnosed with goiter and currently have swollen glands. If you find anything out about it, please post! Hope you are better soon. How long have you had the goiter? Did the doctor diagnose you with any particular thyroid problem?
I've had my nodules since october last year just kind of sprung up from nothing andthe dominant one has grown to be 3 cm! i don't have an under or over active thyroid, but i do have TPO antibodies and nodules with suspicious follicular cells.so having it removed.
what about you? are you having any treatment?
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