I have nodules on my thyroid that can be felt along both sides of my neck. My doctor says the Ultrasound revealed they were not big enough to be a problem. It is getting more difficult for me to swallow, it hurts to talk loudly or shout when needed, and there’s an almost constant dull ache (about a 4). She wants me to have a scope put down my neck to check for issues in the oesophagus. Should I do this? How do I know when these nodules are cancerous?
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