On 10/24/17, I had a Cervical CT performed because I’ve been having horrendous neck pain & it continues to get worse. Radiologist noted the “lesion” in right lobe of my thyroid. I had “typical thyroid labs” in December 2016 which were all normal. Probably within last 6 months, I’ve been having atypical things happening with me but I brushed them off as being nothing or being related to whatever. These changes/symptoms are all over the board- (1) Drenching sweats to the point a sales clerk asked me ‘is it raining outside’/bedding wet/clothing wet/furniture I sit or lay upon wet (2) fatigue to the pain extreme (3) loss of appetite within last 1-2 weeks (4) severe neck pain posterior and now anterior & I don’t ever recall having pain in the front of my neck and (5) elevated pulse up to 160-190 with light activity & spikes in blood pressure; I’ve had hypertension for about
2 years but now increases in medication do not keep it controlled and my tachycardia came out of left field.
My PCP ordered an ultrasound for this Monday. He said it’s probably nothing. I’ve read statistics and studies and they say it is very likely nothing which is a relief.
Anyone have a similar Lesion and symptoms? What was your personal diagnosis and treatment? Frankly, I’m worried even though statistics are in my favor.[img][/img]
Post Edited (ChronicPain1970) : 11/12/2017 12:16:22 PM (GMT-7)