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What to do if I have nausea linked to thyroid cancer?

Not from Ca. Throid Ca in of itself cant cause nausea. The worst prior to metastasis is compression of esophagus with some swallowing difficutly when very large. Nausea may be due to chemo being given or use of radiation, but the mass for the most part is asymptomatic. Read more...

Thyroid cancer and smoldering myeloma is there a link?

No. Both are common. I know of no genetic syndrome that increases the likelihood of both. I hope that your thyroid cancer was found early and has been cured, and that the myeloma remains quiet as it often does. Read more...
Thyroid and myeloma. I don't know of any relationship between thyroid cancer and myeloma, but people with autoimmune thyroid disease have an increased risk of multiple myeloma. Hope this helps. Read more...
Cancers. There is no link which i can think of. People with one kind of cancers are prone to get other kinds of cancers. Read more...

Is there any link between oral cancer and thyroid cancer? Had papillary thyroid cancer now suspicious white/red patch on gums that needs biopsy

Not aware. Not aware of any link, but if you have a lesion in your mouth that is different from your normal looking gum, go see a doctor or dentist. Read more...
No. Oral cancer, generally squamous cell carcinoma, is due to smoking, local trauma or human papilloma virus. There are of course sporadic cases also. However spots/patches may be due to other causes such as infection or autoimmune etiologies. Read more...

I had thyroid cancer 6 years ago and take levothyroxine. Why if I drink a beer or two I wake up very hung over and feel nausea and my stomach hurts.

Alcohol intolerance. Thyroid hormone is like a furnace spark for your entire metabolic system and every cell , alcohol is like poring gas on this fine system , also some lack the enzyme specially some asians , to break down alcohol , your problem may have correlation , some people even have allergy to alcohol , it is good you don't have to drink and get sick . Read more...

Saw new doc, thinks thyroid, nausea, saw everywhere, swollen neck, problem swallowing, fatigue, rapid weight gain/loss, could it be thyroid cancer?

Unlikely but ask doc. Unlikely if it is your doctor might have told you, your doctor will do thyroid function tests if you have over active or under active thyroid will treat you with medications, if needed will do the scan of thyroid , don't worry follow your doctor's advice. Read more...
Not likely. Although thyroid cancer is a common malignancy, it is generally not accompanied by changes associated with thyroid function. However, it sounds like it would be a great idea, given your symptoms, for you to be evaluated by an endocrinologist, a specialist who can appropriately evaluate your thyroid and risk for cancer. Read more...

Papillary thyroid cancer with thyroidectomy in '08. Nausea all day low appetite headaches fatigue TSH. 007 not pregnant are my symptoms from low tsh?

Possibly. Unfortunately, your symptoms are non-specific. Meaning that many different things could be causing them. It is possible that your TSH suppression could be contributing to your symptoms.. Read more...
Less likely. Symptoms you are reporting does not represent classical hyperthyroid symptoms, and would recommend your primary to evaluate look for other causes. Discuss with your endocrine doctor, to see if your TSH is at goal for your thyroid cancer risk. Read more...