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Old 12-18-2009, 03:01 AM   #1
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Hetrogeneous Thyroid nodule


I have been detected with a Thyroid Nodule in the right lobe.Scan report says; well defined heterogeneous nodule( 4.0X1.9cm) in the right lobe.

FNAC says, Paucicellular aspirate,ultrasound guided FNA from nodule in right lobe of thyroid. Inadequate for opinion.

I have been advised to Repeat FNAC by next week. From past few days, I have some palpations in my right lobe. It is not very frequent but can feel it only when i sleep. Is this normal? I feel uncomfortable during my sleep, feels like being choked. Sometimes the pain goes up to my ear. I can see my neck is swollen on the right side. Am still not under any medication.

Iam also suffering from severe neck pain. I have a congenital block in vertebra 6-7. My doctor also said, neck pain may be due to thyroid nodule. It is so severe, that the pain starts radiating to my shoulders, back & even to legs.

Pl let me know, if all these symptoms are normal?? What is the best possible treatment I can undergo?

Can anyone guide me? Thanks in advance.

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