10 months ago I discovered that I have Hashimotos. At that moment my THS, T4, T3 were all normal, I just had antibodies. I had an ultrasound done and the results were:
Both lobes and istmus normal size. No abnormal vascularity. No evidence of any cervical lymphnodes seen. Few tiny thyroid nodules.
Tiny hypoechoic nodules -
Inferior pole of ride lobe 3.0x2.3x1.6 mm and 3.4x3.0x2.7 mm
superior pole 2.5x184.108.40.206 mm
inferior pole 3.6x3.4x1.9 mm and mid pole 2.9x2.4x0.8 mm
I didn't take it seriously at that moment because the nodules were tiny. But I was going through my papers and found this report again and noticed that these nodules are actually hypoechoic.
Do hypoechoic nodules always cause cancer?
The reason I'm so worried is that my sister had thyroid cancer and had her thyroid removed. She is fine now but she was just 21 when she was diagnosed.
Your advice is very much appreciated
P.s. these are the new results from today