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Multiple nodules in the thyroid gland. Normal biopsy report. Why am I feeling tired? Have MVP and tricuspid valve problem

I have multiple nodules in my thyroid on both sides. One on left is 4 cm and 5 on other sides that are smaller. I The 4 mm nodule was biopsied and is negative with 10 + follicular cells. Orig us says the nodules are hyperechoic and mostly solid. My tsh levels have been norm so far. I m wondering why I have been feeling so tired if my thyroid level is fine. I have flu like symptoms quite often with no fever, just body/muscle aches and general ill feeling. I also have experienced 2 outbreaks of shingles in past 2 months. I am. 42 yr old white female with an otherwise normal health history. I am experiencing blood pressure probs, as my bp is higher in rt arm (150s/90s) and 120s/80s in left arm. I do have an MVP and a tricuspid valve problem that is controlled by decrease of caffein and stimulants. My lymph node under my right jaw swells and is tender often. Any thoughts?
Asked On : Mon, 25 Feb 2013
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dear madam
thanks for the query
the thyroid problem your are suffering from is called non toxic multi nodular goiter you need to mention your t3 and t4 levels also...tiredness can be because of your MVP also please check your hemoglobin also...
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