I am 29 yrs old .I am 35 weeks pregnant with my 2nd baby.I recently discovered a thyroid nodule.My endocrinologist did an ultrasound and said they saw a highly calcified lump with a lot of blood supply to it.
The lump is quite big about 4.3 cm.They did FNA-biopsy of both my thyroid glands since the other one also was a bit swollen.
I am now anxiously waiting for the results.
I learnt that being pregnant & having a calcified nodule means that my chances of having a thyroid cancer are more.
I just wanted to know what are the different causes of thyroid calcification.
Can it be due to some injury or something?or is it always cancer?
I just have a strong feeling that my diagnosis will be cancer.Please share your knowledge with me.Will be a great support.
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