High lysozyme indicates a bacterial infection—could be tubercular or otherwise. Since you have a lung nodule, tuberculosis should be ruled out. Actually influenza vaccine is recommended in those who are immune-compromised and their contacts.
Whether it can be given to individuals with autoimmune disorder or not is a controversial topic and needs to be taken on a case to case basis after complete clinical examination, and clearance from your physician.
Yesterday in the morning I got the influenza vaccine. The day was a general vaccination day, but I could not ask whether the vaccination is appropriate to me.
I have a chronic sinus infection. Many different diaseases have been suggested for me: vasculitis, polymyalgia, otosclerosis, TIA, myasthenia gravis, sarcoidosis. Blood tests do not support vasculitis/polymyalgia or myasthenia. The lung tumor is only 6x8 mm, and there are a few smaller ones. I also have some cysts in my liver and pancreas. I have hypothyroidism (treated with Thyroid Erfa) and hyperparathyroidism (no treatmnent). My endo dr. could not tell the cause of the lysozyme rise. Maybe there has been sarcoidosis - or not.
My neck muscles are often sore and weak, and sometimes I am cold or have hot flushes or tremor.