About Me: Female, 47, Pontotoc, MS, member since May 2015
I recently had an incidental MRI finding of a complex nodule in the right love of my thyroid gland. Follow-up ultrasound revealed a predominantly solid, hypervascular, heterogeneous nodule measuring 11 x 7 x 14mm. Furthermore, an ultrasound guided FNA reveals benign cyt
[More]ology. However, I am not ok with the "wait and see" approach of the medical community on this matter. It's a tumor. I want it out of my body. I'd rather have one thyroid lobe and a peace of mind than 2 and the possibility of a false negative. I have a sore throat often. Too often. I don't feel well and I believe something is wrong. I may seem a bit crazy to some. Most people are ecstatic with benign biopsy results and no surgical intervention. I've read the stats and I understand the risks. And I still want it out of my body. Does anyone have some experience in this area?
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