What Are the Symptoms of Thyroid Cancer?

Q:

What symptoms can thyroid cancer cause?

A:

Thyroid cancer can cause many signs or symptoms:

A lump or swelling in the neck (the most common symptom)

Pain in the front of the neck / throat pain

Pain in the ears

Trouble swallowing

Difficulty breathing or constant wheezing

Hoarseness or other voice changes that do not go away

A cough that continues and is not due to a cold

Some people with thyroid cancer do not have any signs, but a lump or nodule in the neck may be detected in a physical exam.

 

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