I was just diagnosed with thyroid cancer on the 4th so i have not had it removed yet but i been feeling dizzy light headed and nauseas lately did anyone feel this with thyroid cancer?

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Keila_Kam
Answered 6 months ago    reply

I had no symptoms prior to my being diagnosed with thyroid cancer. Wishing you the best!


myrtis.n
Answered 6 months ago    reply

I had no symptoms at all.


Salyer_Carol
Answered 6 months ago    reply

I had no symptoms.


p_suzann75
Answered 6 months ago    reply

No symptoms here


cathy82
Answered 6 months ago    reply

I guess we are all different and many didn't have any but just read anther pist where some did have symptoms.. my bp and heart rate often goes high but before knowing i had cancer Drs just thought it was because my levels were still so off so could be that as well


jensenmagdalene
Answered 6 months ago    reply

No signs here. Do you think it could be anxiety?


cathy82
Answered 6 months ago    reply

It could be anxiety i just hate the feeling happens at random times

p_suzann75
Answered 6 months ago    reply

If it helps it's high survivor rate really high

cathy82
Answered 6 months ago    reply

Yes i have read


P.Heike
Answered 6 months ago    reply

I felt that way after I found out. I think I was having major anxiety.

cathy82
Answered 6 months ago    reply

Well this has been happe ing since before i just found out the 4th vut still could be anxiety

P.Heike
Answered 6 months ago    reply

I'm sorry.


carolynn.arredondo62
Answered 6 months ago    reply

I had no symptoms. Blood work was also good.


p_suzann75
Answered 6 months ago    reply

My blood work was good too and the ultra sound they thought looked good but they were wrong

cathy82
Answered 6 months ago    reply

So they didnt know you had thyroid cancer


laurine.75
Answered 6 months ago    reply

I was so sick, with nausea, low grade fever, and strange nervous system symptoms. I know it's rare for thyroid cancer, but the whole thing started with me getting extremely sick.

cathy82
Answered 6 months ago    reply

Really? Was it linked to the cancer

laurine.75
Answered 6 months ago    reply

I think, for a long time I thought I must have something else at play. But I have been to every doctor and had every test, and found nothing else. I still, don't feel great. But, much better than I did. Just taking one day at a time, praying for a full healing.

cathy82
Answered 6 months ago    reply

Amen to that Laurine

cathy82
Answered 6 months ago    reply

Sorry for the heart emoji up there accident the one i asked if it was linked to cancer


Sydney_74
Answered 6 months ago    reply

We all are different.I felt dizzy most of the time. After surgery I wss sleeping all day and felt very exhausted.Now I have insomnia and fatigue.


carefreehunter83
Answered 6 months ago    reply

Yes. I threw up a lot


Lin_C
Answered 6 months ago    reply

No symptoms before. A bit after total removal. Waiting for endo to start meds. Have to do RAI therapy before that...doing OK with no thyroid.


J_Daniella
Answered 6 months ago    reply

It’s probably just stress. That was a seriously stressful time- between diagnoses and surgery.
Though I was having thyroid symptoms- my tsh levels were low. Do you know if yours are normal?

cathy82
Answered 6 months ago    reply

No my levels are not normal im hypo and my levels had reached to 27 so they put me on 200mcg then i ended ill in the er my levels dropped drastically to 0.09 so didnt now im on levo tho get them regulated before i have surgery


enchantedtailor
Answered 6 months ago    reply

I felt dizzy, head and neck pain/pressure and cough


agressive_porcupine
Answered 6 months ago    reply

Sore neck and sore throat for me.


NMerry
Answered 6 months ago    reply

If you didn't have symptoms BEFORE diagnosis, it's probably more along the lines of anxiety.

cathy82
Answered 6 months ago    reply

I have been having it since before but can still be that ive been to er to times since a few months due to it but always said my body is just outta wack since my thyroid is

NMerry
Answered 6 months ago    reply

Cathy Could be either. Try to relax and find the good every day. Keep a journal and focus on the joys today brings. We are never guaranteed another day in this life; cancer diagnosis spins our tails out of control with wicked thoughts and fears. Recenter yourself. Know that you have got this! You know you have a foreign "thing" that needs to be GONE and it will be. Don't let it take a hold of YOU. Hugs! Not an easy journey, but you can do this. We are here to support you!

cathy82
Answered 6 months ago    reply

Thank you so much


Macdonald_interest
Answered 6 months ago    reply

On my 2nd time. I threw up a whole lot. And still get nauseated a yr later.

cathy82
Answered 6 months ago    reply

You had thyroid cancer 2 times?

Macdonald_interest
Answered 6 months ago    reply

I had it in 2007. Had it removed. Rai.
In 2017. It returned in my lymphnodes. Before they found it. I had been throwing up at lst once a week for over 2 yrs. But i was under stress w a custody issue. So i didnt realize the connection. But after the stress calmed down. And i remarried - it started getting worse. They checked my thyroglob. It was 87!
Found it in my lymphnodes. Had surgery. And rai again.
The throwing up has slowly started to go away.

cathy82
Answered 6 months ago    reply

Do you know if it was related to the cancer?


gardner.82
Answered 6 months ago    reply

Yes and still do.

cathy82
Answered 6 months ago    reply

So do you know if it is linked to the cancer? Most people have 0 symptoms

gardner.82
Answered 6 months ago    reply

I think its linked to not having right hormone levels

gardner.82
Answered 6 months ago    reply

I'm not sure just found out my cancer came back for the third time.

cathy82
Answered 6 months ago    reply

Wow 3rd time? Im sorry to hear that i hope they get can get rid of it quick...this zapping feeling how does that happen?

gardner.82
Answered 6 months ago    reply

I get dizzy and then the zapping comes I'm not sure why

cathy82
Answered 6 months ago    reply

Hmm.. i was curious because although im almost positive mine isnt related to the cancer some times if i pick something up too quickly with my hand or something heavy i get a shooting electric shock like feeling all up my hand and arm

gardner.82
Answered 6 months ago    reply

Yeah I get those not sure why its very uncomfortable

cathy82
Answered 6 months ago    reply

Yeah it definitely is i ws thinking it was a nerve or something as a few times getting my blood drawn i believe the lady hit a nerve cause i felt that shock feeling which i hate and pretty much since then it happens

gardner.82
Answered 6 months ago    reply

Could be but not sure because I know the medicine can affect that as well.


gardner.82
Answered 6 months ago    reply

I even get zapping feeling through my hole body.

laurine.75
Answered 6 months ago    reply

Really?! This happened to me too! I kept saying my brain felt like a bug catcher. It was so so hard! Felt like I was getting electric shocks..

gardner.82
Answered 6 months ago    reply

All the time its been getting a lot worse

gardner.82
Answered 6 months ago    reply

Its all day it makes me dizzy

laurine.75
Answered 6 months ago    reply

I'm so sorry to hear that! I really do understand it.


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