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Having thyroid nodule, growing in size. Taking Vyvanse for attention disorder. Related to thyroid condition?

I have a unic thyroid nodule that have grown withing one month, started from nothing, to a little bumb ganglion type, and its now about 1inch by 1 1/2 inch. Got my echo and waiting for my biopsy . 31 y-o female, TSH normal, nodule is both tissus and liquid and have hypervascularisation. the question is, I ve been taking a prescribe attention disorder pills ( vyvanse ) for a about 2 months. Could they be a relation between my thyroid condition and the use of Vyvanse?
Asked On : Fri, 9 Nov 2012
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Thanks for your query.
Sometimes thyroid hormonal disbalance (hyperthyreosis) can cause and decreased performance or attention disorder .
If your hormonal balance is normal like TSH this cant be from thyroid .
You need to relax and do not stress yourself .
Take the medication as prescribed from doctor.

Take care of your self
Answered: Mon, 6 Jan 2014
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