Right so my history - blood tests I'm Dec showed subclinical hypothyroidism, repeated end Jan. Tsh raised, t4 bottom of scale. Then I noticed a nodule. Gp noted thyroid generally enlarged & referred me for a ultrasound.
So today I had my ultrasound & the Dr said he was flummoxed. He said he was expecting to see a hashi thyroid but didn't. That he'd not ever seen a thyroid like mine in all his years. The nodule has no blood supply so benign & does not require FNA. He said it is clear that I am currently suffering from acute thyroiditis & the thyroid looks very abnormal. Lacey looking.
He asked what antibodies I had tested positive for. I told him TPO & he seemed very confused & said he'd not heard of them. Then thought about it for a while & said 'oh thyroid peroxidase'! Maybe early hashi then.
Finally he said that he suggests that they keep a close eye on my levels.
Anyone else experienced anything like this. I was kind of expecting it to be more clear cut that this, not just ' I don't know what course to suggest really'
I am seeing go next week to ask for a highter dose of Levi as he has prescribed 25 mcg.
Any thoughts welcome.