Hi! I am new to this site and this is my first post. I chanced upon this site when I was googling for info on thyroid nodules. Early this year, I went to this hospital for check up and to get prescription for my hypertension. Upon meeting my new doctor, she asked if I have goiter. I said I don't think so. She said she thinks I have goiter as she noticed something in my neck. She then requested for a blood test and results came back normal, so she asked me to have an ultrasound. I'm so thankful to her, she was the one who noticed it. She's a blessing to me. My family and my friends and even me have not noticed before that I have nodule. My previous doctor has not even noticed it.
4cm solid nodule was found at the left side of my thyroid. FNAC was done last month. I was so nervous and worried. I got the result yesterday after anxiously waiting for a month, but still no definite result if my nodule is benign or malignant.
Left thyroid nodule FNA: Atypical ; Follicular lesion of undetermined significance.
Repeat FNA will be done after 3 months.
Has anyone here had this result before? Is it high risk?
I'm so nervous and worried. I may need to undergo a surgery if the repeat FNA will show the same result. Sigh :(.
I'm getting depressed with no one to talk to who have the same experience.