Your tests as shown are difficult to read. Typing them in list form would have made it easier.
But from the looks of what I can decipher, you aren't hypERthyroid; you're hypOthyroid. And it's due to the autoimmune disease, Hashimoto's thyroiditis.
You have a large nodule on your gland due to the Hashimoto's disease. I think you probably mean it's 7 millimeters - the same as .7 centimeters (cm) in size. Nodules are not usually treated with medication, but they often do shrink in response to replacement hormone when it's used to treat hypothyroidism. Perhaps you misinterpreted the doctor's statement that nodules must reach 10 mm [1 cm) in size to do a biopsy on. That does NOT mean she can't treat you for the hypothyroidism at this time. Again... Treatment now might help shrink that nodule.
If you want to learn the basics about your condition, the book Thyroid for Dummies by Dr. Alan Rubin is an excellent place to start.
"We can complain because rose bushes have thorns, or rejoice because thorn bushes have roses." Abraham Lincoln
Last edited by midwest1; 02-06-2013 at 11:02 AM.