So, I had my FNA today, it wasn't pleasant but I survived!!
When I checked in for my appointment the nurse told me that many times the sonographer/Dr doesn't actually carry out the FNA because they feel it is unnecessary after doing the ultrasound. Within 30 seconds of the ultrasound starting, the Dr told the nurse to get the needle ready . . . what did he see???
I have had a lump on the left side of my neck which I was originally told was a haemorrhagic cyst. It has got smaller but the Dr decided to go ahead with the FNA.
I asked him what he thought it was but he didn't give much away.
I have a few small nodules on the right side but the Dr didn't want to biopsy them as he seemed very sure they were benign.
Do you think they can actually see something suspicious but are not allowed to say anything OR am I just reading too much into it?