I have a Nodule in my Thyroid size 4 it is causing me to have problems eating as the thyroid is pressing against my Trachea and has it pushed to the mid line making my Esophagus dis-placed i'm feel like it gets hung and has no room to pass food. The Endoscopic Dr. said it's benign after a biopsy was taken.The Endoscopic told me i could live with it or have it remove. I would like to know another suggestion/ Option.Or their any new procedure or treatments/ Medicine that will shrink the nodule? please contact me i have lost 39 pounds in a month, cause i get choked on chicken and bread ect...
Thank you, any information would be welcome.. Btw I just got married to the love of my life a Beautiful Lady on the 4th of august and now find out all this bad news. we are devastated! I am a male of 53 years old.6.2 tall I did weigh 270 now i weigh 239 with in a month and have been healthy all my life! Now I need Help.
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