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What To Eat If I Have Thyroid Nodules
USG FNA: At first, most probably you should have ultrasound guided fine needle aspiration after consultation with your physician. Calcifications can be seen in benign nodular goiter. So, continue evaluation of your thyroid nodule, to rule out thyroid cancer, follow all tests what your physician ask you to do. Thanks for question. Stay well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What to do if I have an enlarged thyriod with multiple nodules. What am i to expect if I have it removed?
Hypothyroidism: If it needs to be removed, have it done by a surgeon who does a lot of thyroid surgery. Complications will be less likely. The surgeon should remove all the thyroid, and you will need to take thyroid replacement, which is easy to adjust and you will feel fine. If the nodules are benign (on biopsy and ultrasound) and not too big, you may not need surgery. ...Read more
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Are thyroid nodules always thyroid cancer? I have a thyroid nodule and my levels of some thyroid hormone are low. My doctor wants to do more tests, but i don’t really understand what he said. Do I have cancer, or could it be something else?
Over : Over 95% of thyroid nodules are benign. Therefore the risk of cancer is low, but can be increased in younger or older people, people with a family history of thyroid cancer, or people who have been exposed to radiation (x-rays do not count). Sometimes benign thyroid nodules can secrete extra thyroid hormone, more than your body needs. If your doctor is suspicious of this, they will order a nuclear study called a thyroid uptake and scan. If a nodule is over a centimeter, that is when we usually will perform a fine needle aspiration to get a sample of cells in the nodule. If nodules are under a centimeter and there is no evidence of over activity, we can simply monitor with serial ultrasounds. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
THere are: no foods that you need to avoid, but you need to follow your doctor's instructions on treatment. ...Read more
Imaging can help...: Do you have a thyroid nodule? Ultrasound can help characterize a thyroid nodule. Characteristics such as calcification can shed more light on the situation. Nuclear medicine thyroid scan can also be helpful. If imaging is suspicious, biopsy is recommended. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No food restriction: This is treated medically. There are no foods to help or hurt this condition. ...Read more
Low Thyroid: Low thyroid function can occur for several reasons. Sometimes it is due to not having enough iodine, selenium, or zinc. Sometimes your immune system can attack your thyroid. I recommend working with your doctor to figure out if there is a root cause of your low thyroid function. ...Read more
Yes: 1 in 3 patients with hashimoto's thyroiditis have sensitivity to gluten. I generally suggest that all patients with autoimmune disease avoid gluten in the diet as it may be a trigger to leaky gut and autoimmune disease, like hashimoto's. Here's more on the topic http://doccarnahan.Blogspot.Com/2012/04/leaky-gut-syndrome-linked-to-many.Html. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Enlarged Thyroid: An enlarged thyroid is called a goiter. I'd be interested to know if you have any nodules on your thyroid. You don't say what was abnormal about your thyroid studies and if you are talking about a lab, a biopsy, or a sonogram or scan. If you have low thyroid activity, hypothyroidism, then you need thyroid medication. I encourage you to give more details on the abnormalities. ...Read more
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