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  • butterfly501 has replied to a post on the message board

    Go home. Someone will have to care for your kids for a week.  You simply need to maintain distance of about 6 feet.  Do not share utensils.  Do not sleep with anyone else in the bed. You're not going to contaminate anyone if you keep your body fluids (sweat, saliva, etc.) to yourself. Good luck!

    October 28 at 8:47 AM view post
    • butterfly501 has replied to a post on the message board

      Look at your profile to find your posts. :)

      September 28 at 4:50 AM view post
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        You should speak with your doctor about this. I think everyone active on this board has already answered this question to you on multiple posts.  Not trying to be harsh.  You just keep asking the same questions over the years. If you don't have thyroid cancer then this discussion board is not going to be useful for you.  We're not about thyroid nodules or thyroid diseases outside of thyroid cancer. ...

        September 12 at 4:37 AM view post
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          Of course you can still work.   Why would you think you could not.

          September 09 at 1:11 AM view post
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            best to speak with your doctor.  Never heard of anything called that in relation to the thyroid.

            September 06 at 2:52 AM view post
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              Of course. 

              September 05 at 11:41 PM view post
              • butterfly501 has replied to a post on the message board

                What does the radiology report say about the nodule? Is it on your thyroid? Never heard of parenchymal disease, you'll need to discuss that with your doctor.  Does not seem to have anything to do with the thyroid.

                September 05 at 11:40 PM view post
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                  Also, the current imaging should have been compared to the previous imaging.  Does the report document the comparison?  It should.

                  August 13 at 3:14 AM view post
                  • butterfly501 has replied to a post on the message board

                    Well, I wouldn't take that reply as any type of medical advice.  What you've provided is a tiny portion of what should be included in an imaging report.  Folliclular lesions often times are not discernible by FNA. and difficult to discern be genomic testing.  That alone would prompt me to get a second opinion, but your YMMV. Good luck!

                    August 13 at 3:13 AM view post
                    • butterfly501 has replied to a post on the message board

                      "Ti-rads category 5" what did the second opinion conclude?  you still haven't even had a lobe removed?  Follicular thyroid cancer is notorious for being difficult to diagnose, even with genomic testing. The TIRADS 5 is beyond concerning. You should be concerned. TI-RADS 5 category malignant pattern B: isoechoic or hypoechoic, nonencapsulated, hypervascularized, multiple peripheral microcalcifications...

                      August 12 at 11:09 AM view post
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