I recently had an u/s done of my thyroid after a pressure in my lower throat continued to grow until it was daily until it always feels like I'm wearing a turtleneck. It's uncomfortable and makes me gag. The results read as follows: The right lobe measures 5.9 x 1.6 x 1.5 cm. The left lobe measures 4.4 x 1.0 x 1.1 cm. The isthmus measures 3 mm in thickness. Within the right lobe, there are three small nodules. The largest of these measure up to 8 MM in diameter. It contains a course calcification. There is a single hypoechoic nodule in the left thyroid lobe, measuring up to 2 mm in diameter. Impression: Bilateral small thyroid nodules. None of these meet size criteria to suggest biopsy. I do see an endocrinologist as I have had a lot problems that seem like they would related to hypothyroidism but only off labs. The endocrinologist didn't order this as I contacted my PCP as she didn't have any openings. I saw the PA and he reported feeling fullness in my throat and sent me for the U/S. The dr who he works with reviewed what the radiologist said and didn't feel the fullness was coming from my thyroid but anxiety or allergies. Neither of those seem to be true as I have the fullness regardless of what I'm doing and can continue life pretty easily, even if it's uncomfortable I'm also not allergic to ragweed, which she feels could be the culprit. I'm just wondering if the problem could be my thyroid. The right lobe seems larger than Dr. Lupo has suggested, in previous posts, as normal and that is where I feel the most pressure. I don't see the endocrinologist for a month and want to figure it out if we will focus on the U/S findings or if I should push harder with my PCP for an appointment to explore other options. Thanks for your help in advance!