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bookwormsb6

774d

Does anyone else ever get swollen lymph nodes in their armpits with their thyroiditis? The first time I got them, I scared myself into thinking I had breast cancer

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    • StrawberryCup

      760d

      YES! And on my neck! I never thought the one on my armpit could be the Hashi’s though. That is super interesting!

    • StrawberryCup

      760d

      YES! And on my neck! I never thought the one on my armpit could be the Hashi’s though. That is super interesting!

    • Ryryry

      770d

      I had gotten this after a certain medication (Wellbutrin)! I didn’t realize this is also linked up with thyroiditis Mine was just swollen breast tissue. It slightly shrank after I stopped taking the medication but it looks like I’ll need surgery to get rid of it ://

    • Janet27

      771d

      Yes

    • Toxicvalentine

      774d

      Woah that’s crazy so yes I definitely feel you on that 😂 thanks for the enlightenment

    • bookwormsb6

      774d

      Yeah, like a lump in your armpit - apparently, we have lymph nodes in our armpits, along with the ones in our neck, and they can get swollen as a side effect of the thyroiditis - something I didn’t know, until it happened to me the first time and I freaked out Lol

    • Toxicvalentine

      774d

      Like a lump in your armpits? I always thought it was a cyst but this rlly got me thinking bc it goes away

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