Hi - I have read some of your previous posts, and I am wondering whether you have followed through about being tested for Lyme disease. I have known quite a few people who have had Lyme and didn't discover it in time for it to be completely cured. So, they have to take antibiotics each time they have a flareup. My son knew he had been bitten by a tick but didn't get the 'circle'. He did get Bell's Palsy and then tested positive fr Lyme.
Fortunately, the antibiotics cured him. He went to a Lyme disease specialist who said that he had discovered it in time to catch it early and thus be cured. Others I have known continue to have occasional flareups, which are helped with antibiotics. My son didn't have the usual symptoms of arthritis.
As you know, Lyme disease can mimic almost every other disease, which makes it very difficult to diagnose if the red rash and circle don't appear. You could ask your doctor to test for Lyme and also ask him to let you try taking an antibiotic just to see if that helps relieve you of your symptoms.
Like you, I also have a thyroid nodule with normal TSH readings. My throat sometimes feels "full", and I feel a difference when I swallow - the nodule is on the left side, and I have a weird feeling on the right side when I swallow.
I recently had laryngitis and, like you, I worried about throat cancer. But, that has cleared up even though I still feel a different sensation on the right side when I swallow. Doctors don't like to give thyroid medication unless the tests are really off because the dosages are hard to regulate. Your endo
probably doesn't see any other symptoms. Good luck!