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Before I found out about my thyroid cancer I thought I was going through depression - I felt very moody and lethargic, finding myself napping at 9:30am. My wife began to notice these changes and was confused, because I'm normally not the type of person to feel down and tired [...]
By iamjustingray • July 20, 2017
I was very nervous about the diagnosis of a nodule on my thyroid at first. In your head you can imagine a lot of things, but I'm glad to say that the actual process was easier than I expected. I received 3 biopsies over a span of a month with [...]
By mayberrydee • July 19, 2017
For a regular physical exam I had a routine blood test. It showed a high calcium level. A PTH hormone test was done, then rechecked twice over the next two months. I saw an endocrinologist. I had researched that the calcium was [...]
By heikeat • June 26, 2017
I was diagnosed with a parathyroid adenoma, in which one of the growth hormones in my parathyroid glands was highly elevated. If the levels raised too high, it could eventually lead to kidney problems. I've been having yearly physicals and recognized that my levels of Calcium have been high for [...]
By robbmarcia • June 21, 2017
For practically five years my calcium levels have consistently increased. I saw three endocrinologists, none of whom could locate a growth on any scan. The last one said the issue could be found so she referred me to Dr. Yeh. I saw Dr. Yeh and after [...]
By parathyroidpateient • November 14, 2016
What brought me to the Endocrine Center was due to a natural TIA I had, which is a transient ischemic attack which is like a mini stroke. I then had an ultrasound on the carotid artery which incidentally is where they found the nodule on the thyroid. When I [...]
By Veronica • October 31, 2016
Blood tests exposed my protein count had doubled in the past year so I was referred to a kidney specialist who identified, "a little something there" from an ultrasound and CT scan. With this news, Dr. Eddie Hu recommended I see
By herms31 • October 3, 2016
The American Cancer Society recommends women between the ages of 45 and 54 receive regular annual mammograms, although women can start screening at age 40. California law requires that your healthcare provider inform you if the results of those mammograms show that you have dense breast tissue. What are [...]
By uclahealth • October 1, 2016
After a year of doctor visits, procedures and worrying I got the great news I am cancer free. A little over a year ago, I got diagnosed when I went to see Dr. Susan Davis, an endocrinologist at UCLA, for hypothyroidism. She found a nodule, [...]
By bserna • September 13, 2016
Thanks to a friend who said, "Hey what's the matter with your neck?" I saw my PCP and then started going through the battery of tests-, blood test, ultrasound, mri and from the mri they thought it was a lipoma. I did some research online, the internet is a wealth [...]
By e.cross74 • September 13, 2016