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      First, don’t be too scared. You really could have one of many things. And if for some reason it relates to cancer, thyroid cancer is one of the most treatable. I know at least a dozen people who in about 4 months were competely heathly after thyroid cancer. But lets think positive, okay?
      Now, since you have a history of heart problems, it would probably be in your best interest (along with make you feel a whole lot better) to see the endo as soon as possible. When it comes to your health, it’s okay to get a little ahead of yourself- it’s better than being behind!
      I also wonder why if your “thyroid levels were a little off” the doctor prescribed you ’60 mg’ of tapazole! I can’t recal ever speaking to anyone who started at more than 30mg. 60 mg sounds WAY too high, especially if your hormone levels were just a “little off”. At that dosage you could risk agranulocytosis (lack of white blood cells) or extreme hypothyroidism. And as far as starting you high and going down, I don’t really think that is right, either.

      You might find alot of answers if you see that doctor soon.

      Good Luck,

      PS- By the way, thousands of problems that occur in the body have been found to be caused by “stress”- So maybe you should point that out to the doctors when they tell you it’s just stress, because in a way they just told you it may also be something else.

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