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    concern over son's thyroid level.
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    Anon_12508 posted:
    If any one can help me i have been researching and driving my self nuts.... i noticed a swelling on my 11 yr old sons neck, we went to the dr. he said it was thyroid.. we had blood taken his tsh was 10.5 but his thyroglobulin autoantibodies was 4545.6 now i have hashimotos and my cousin and uncle have hashimotots... my antibody level was 247 .. what i am asking and because i am impatient and worried is would it more likely be thyroid cancer.. i have been reading alot .... please i need in sight...
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