I have experienced breathing difficult breathing at night wake up gasing for air and had respatory failure3 times in three month i have asma copd however i dont feel like this could stop my breathing at night . ii have been told i have a gorder 2 years ago but my doctor never really explaned what it was or if it could lead to further heath problems , can such a growth obstuct breathing , and what can i do to prevent further problems
I assume you mean you have a "goiter"? Goiter is simply a swollen, inflamed thyroid. Some goiters (swollen thyroid) can have nodules on them that can cause issues. Have you had a thyroid ultra sound?
Yes, a goiter (and/or nodules) can obstruct breathing.
Do you know if you have Hashimoto's Thyroiditis? Are you currently on thyroid treatment of any kind? If so, which one(s), at what dosage(s)? Please post any thyroid related test results you have, and be sure to include reference ranges, since these vary lab to lab and must come from your own report.
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