Aug 27, 2013 - 8:04 am
I am 45 and I have had a few nodules that have been being watched the last 3 yrs, they are cold per nuc med scan. I had a FNA 3 yrs ago, biopsy results were
the 1.4 cm showed specimen consists of sheets and clusters of uniform follicular cells, some with hurthle cell change, numerous hemosiderin laden macrophages and colloid. cytologic findings are consistent w degenerating colloid nodule.
the 2nd 1.5 cm showed specimen consists of sheets and clusters of uniform follicular cells, some with hurthle cell change, hemosiderin laden macrophages and abundant colloid- cytologic findings are consistent w degenerating colloid nodule.
I have been going back every year for my ultrasound and this year, one of them grew and it was biopsied again, This time, came back with only the words "suspision for hurthle cell lesion" I am having a TT on the 9th.
I have been having major pain in my lower leg with weird sensations, not pins and needles but more like a goose bumpy feeling with nothing there. The pain sometimes is so bad that I am in tears, others, its bearable but you know that its there.. I have the pain at rest and activity. Had nerve test that was Negative,mri of back negative, then had one of lower leg and knee (since a lot of my pain is there and some in the thigh) lower leg was neg but they saw some changes in marrow in my distal fibula. (the tech tried to go up as high as she could for a knee mri)
so I had a whole body pet scan with cat scan of neck and head just yesterday now waiting on the results. The tech at first said, you should hear something late tuesday night or wed at the lastest. but when I got done, he said,you should hear something tonight or tomorrow morning.. So now I am even more worried Did he see something, or see nothing lol
Did anyone have any pain with bone mets, I guess thats what I am afraid of..
I have also had all normal TSH and other lab work, but my wbc I noticed is usually 6.5- 8.5 with normals being 4.4-11.3, my last one a week ago was only 5.3.. when I aske the Drs nurse about hashimoto's and she was like, well, it doesn't really matter since you are getting it out,
I'm hoping to know something today..
Thanks so much!