Doctors! Couldn't you just scream?
| ...there was no distinct nodule which was larger than 2 to 3 mm in size |
If this is true, it's highly unlikely you have thyroid cancer. Nodules aren't even biopsied until they reach 1 cm because the risk of anything smaller is minimal.
I did a brief search on elevated Tg. If you search by excluding the words "carcinoma" and "cancer", you'll find references to elevated Tg sometimes caused by iodine deficiency. That isn't to say it explains your case, but it does confirm that there are
other causes besides cancer.
Thank goodness someone
had the sense to raise your dose. The .025 you were taking isn't enough to keep a flea going. My former endo told me it's considered a "non-dose", and that she never prescribes that little for anyone.
The two-month waiting period after a dose increase is pretty common. It takes that long to determine what the increase in T4 is doing to your blood levels. You can, IMO, safely wait that long.