Hi there. My Tg raised following TT & RAI. In a search trying to find the metastasis I had an ultrasound back in my neck area. I received the results today & says they located a 7x7x4mm lymph node which shows every indication of papillary carcinoma....But , "FNA & any form of biopsy must be ruled out as it lies immediately adjacent to the jugular vein & carotid artery."
My GP is saying it must be surgically removed ASAP. I'm really scared of the risks involved & wondering if anyone else had had this? Also this will be my 3rd major surgery this year (4 last year) & worried how much is too much?
Any advice would be great. I feel completely lost like my 'positivity balloon' just got punctured
In addition to this my GP today believes a mole I queried, is in his 'opinion very much likely to be a Melanoma. I obviously googled ThyCa & melanoma & the link is strong between the two...having it surgically removed first thing tmrw but for the first time since this all started last April I feel like I can not take anymore. I am more scared of melanoma then ThyCa but I'm so numb I didn't even blink....and why the hell didn't the PET or WBS pick up either? :0