"A little background first, I had a big goiter removed on July 3rd. They only took out the one side. The path report showed a very small 2mm papillary cancer. The surgeon and the endocrinoligist both say the guidlines say the other sid..."
Just a quick note to say hi!
Had my TT in March 09. My scar is looking better every week. Mine look like yours about two -3 weeks ago. A stitch got stuck so the surgeon numbed my neck and removed the culprit! Much better now. However, if anyone out there four months post TT has had the extreme fatigue (I'm on 100 mg/day Synthroid now). My TSH is still high as of today, my free T4 is up to 1.01 since the June 0.68. What if anything helps this fatigue? Thanks guys. I'm age 56 F. Regular member on this site.
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