is hashimoto's thyroiditis associated with non hodgkin's lymphoma?

is hashimoto's thyroiditis associated with non hodgkin's lymphoma?

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  • 10 years ago
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    There is an association between Hashimoto's Thyroiditis and NHL and thyroid cancer, but it's not very common.

    Source(s): thyroid cancer patient
  • 3 years ago

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  • 4 years ago

    I was just told a hour ago. My neck is full of bad nodes, I haven't felt well for a few months now, I felt a change in my body. Last November I had my 9th spine surgery, I have A Fib, Tinnitus, Arthritis, Pain 24/7. I'm 56, dealt with 19 surgeries, raised my children, single father...Pain, surgeries, became part of my life. I dealt with it since I was 18.. Now, I'm tired, I have used those words before, usually just to express, Dad hurts, give me a break..I don't think I have the energy to fight this. I'm not sure if the symptoms of Lymphoma, are making me feel this way, exhausted with life. Or if I'm telling myself, Kids are raised did my job, I have been a good person, every day pain, why bother.... I don't believe in a after life. I live for here and now. I still golf when I can, I hunt, when I can. Lately I don't have the energy to go out in the evenings, Socialize, I always enjoyed a night at the casino, I haven't visited family all summer, 30 mile drive. The norm, for me doesn't exist. I need someone to take care of, That's what always kept me going, Now, I don't have that obligation. Anyone have advice, basic question, has this cancer, made me feel this way. If I can get better, will I be back to some semblance of my norm. Sorry for anyone suffering, I have lost most of my family from every kind of cancer you can name, I beat Melanoma 3 times as well.

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  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    The thyroid is a butterfly-shaped gland that sits low on the front of the neck. Your thyroid lies below your Adam’s apple, along the front of the windpipe. The thyroid has two side lobes, connected by a bridge (isthmus) in the middle. When the thyroid is its normal size, you’re unlikely to be able to feel it.

    All types of hyperthyroidism are due to overproduction of thyroid hormones, but the condition can develop in several ways.

    Thyroid hormone production can be suppressed or halted completely in these ways: https://tr.im/qD8qW

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    5 years ago

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  • Anonymous
    10 years ago

    Not that I know of... Thyroid cancer possibly.

  • 10 years ago

    No, it is an autoimmune disease.

    Source(s): Worked in hospitals, doctors' offices.
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