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Nodular goitre
I have swollen nodule on right side of thyroid. I got scanning n fnac. Report came as thyroid goitre n it's benign nodule. It's two months since I got. Sometime it looks swollen n sometimes it gets reduced in size. How to reduce goiter? Will that not go?
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You seem to be having nodular goitre. It is a benign lesion of the thyroid gland. If your thyroid function tests are normal then medicines are not really useful. Then you may need to consider surgery if swelling is cosmetically disfiguring. If swelling is small then it can be left alone
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Consult nearby ENT specialist or endocrinologist for confirmation of diagnosis and appropriate treatment if required
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