I had my thyroid removed two years ago due to incindental papilliary cancer. Since then I've had a general feeling of malaise and have been back and forth to the doc. Over the course I've developed lichen planus (upper body) resolved! Developed low grade fevers (99.1) weakness on right side of the body. (Discovered bulging discs, and narrowing of spine, arthritis in multiple areas of the lumbar area in the back.) Lately, nausea, pain in upper right quadrant (gallbladder already removed in 2005) alternating diorreha, constipation and still running a low grade fever on and off.
I was hypothyroid for about six months and my levothroid was raised and started with a weird feeling in the mouth. (Doc says it can't be the medication) I kind of differ on his opinion!
Would it be appropriate to bring all this up to the specialist next month when I go to see him for my annual check up for the thyroid cancer.
Oh! My last blood test revealed slightly elevated wbc, ast(sgot), total protein, mch, mchc and low count of rdw. Don't exactly know what this all means but what I do know is that it's been too long feeling like crap. Any help would greatly be appreciated!::o
I have an ill feeling thinking this all could be early signs of cml?? My brother died of leukemia however his was childhood.:confused:
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