From my ultrasound, I have nodules that have grown in size. Iam having a biospy for them at the end of the month (May 2011). My blood work came back all good through. What are my chances this could be thyroid cancer? Thank You
When do you see your doctor again? You may want to write down all the questions that you have for your followup visit where you will be discussing your test results. It's easy to forget what you want to ask when you see your doctor so writing your questions down may make it easier to discuss your test and test results.
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