Thank you for writing. I understand your concern and would be happy to help.
I have reviewed the attached reports (attachment removed to protect the patient's identity). The ultrasound indicates a thyroid disease. Do you have symptoms like pain or swelling in the neck? Did you gain weight? Did you undergo thyroid function tests?
Kindly revert with the answers to the above questions.
Thank you for the response. I do not have pain or swelling. Also, I have not undergone thyroid function tests. Are nodules and reactive cervical lymph nodes a matter of concern?
There is no need to worry as you do not have pain or swelling. Sometimes, the lymph nodes can be enlarged since birth. I suggest you undergo thyroid function tests as they will help to know if they are disturbing the thyroid function or not.
I hope this helps.
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