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Suffering from nausea, tiredness, bodyaches. Having nodules in the neck. Related to hypothyroidism?

For the past few months I ve been feeling very nauseous throughout the day. This past week has been the worst though. I started to have a sore throat this past Friday and immediatley started taking Zicam. My throat feels much better but now I m extremely tired, still nauseous and my body aches. My doctor found 2 nodules in my neck about 4 months ago. (I have an Hypoactive Thyroid ) He advised to wait 6 months to see if they have grown. I was wondering if these symptoms could be realted to my thyroid at all?
Asked On : Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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dear ma'm regards! as you rightly suspected the symptoms that you have can be due to an under active thyroid gland but you have not mentioned your thyroid profile neither you have cleared whether you are on thyroxine replacement. the two nodules you talked of in your neck what are they? are they in the thyroid gland or in the neck. get a biopsy (FNAC) of the nodules done and see your doctor with the reports. thanks!
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