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Thyroid cancer

Discussion in 'Oncology (Cancer Support)' started by look4hope, Feb 23, 2021.

  1. look4hope

    look4hope Love.Fellowship.Joy Supporter

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    Hey all!
    I couldn’t find a thread dedicated to thyroid so here I go.
    To those who have gone through it or are going through it now, do share your experience and let me know the road from beginning to now. It would be awesome to chat with y’all that have something in common.

    My story...
    Spring 2018 I’ve noticed a small bump on my left side of my throat. I dismissed it as it didn’t get any bigger. It really wasn’t noticeable until I lost some weight- my mom asked if I’ve noticed the bump in neck.
    I wasn’t really concerned until autumn 2019. During a routine check at my gynecologist. She recommended me to have it check etc. found a n ENT doc with decent reviews. Biopsy, Ultrasound and MRI confirmed a “possible cancerous mass”.
    Now I was told many things from the worst case scenario “Option of nuclear treatment” along with “thyroid cancer is the cancer you want” to “we won’t know 100% until we perform a full thyroidectomy”.
    Had surgery in feb 2020 - Fast forward a year this month. Taking my pill for the rest of my life, blood Analysis every month but so far cancer free. I have a nice little scar to remind me how lucky I am to have had that type of cancer (or so I am reminded by every one).

    Thanks for stopping by, and look forward to reading your posts!
     
    Last edited: Feb 23, 2021
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  2. Michie

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    Thank God you are cancer free!
     
  3. Dave G.

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    I haven't had that but know someone who did and had it removed. Same deal as you, the med and regular blood work ( and he was fairly young at the time). But from what I've heard it's an easier cancer to treat than many, and with a very high success rate. Yes you gotta take meds.
     
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