Thyroid Cancer and breathing difficulties/heart palpitations
so very recently, I've been having some breathing diffiulties and heart palpitations, even tough my heart rate rests at a very healthy 54 (as I exercise, and am 21 years old). My most recent TSH was 0.15, and my TG was 11.4. My TG has been like that (bounces between 3.7 and 14) for the past 5 years, and my doctors say that basically means there is one lymph node sitting somewhere, but they cannot find it on any RAI/CT/MRI/Ultrasound Scan, so they suggest leaving it, especially after having 2 rounds of RAI. My question is, could the TG level be causing breathing difficulties. The 3 different endocrinologists I've seen have all said no, but that they understand how terrifying it is to have residual cancer that RAI hasn't gotten rid of, and that cannot really be found on any scan. They think this is all anxiety related. Anyone have any thoughts?