Thyroid cancer is one of the most difficult cancers to treat. In most cases it is discovered too late to be able to perform any effective treatment, and once you are diagnosed with this disease it is too late to do much about treatment. There are three ways that your doctor can test for thyroid cancer.
A blood test called an antibody-antibody complex test (AACT) is one way that your doctor can test for these tumors. This test is done by drawing blood from the person's thyroid gland and then testing it for antibodies that might be related to several other diseases. People with thyroid disorders are more likely to have reactions to their own blood, and a simple test like this allows your doctor to find any potential allergies that you may have to iodine or even other elements in your body. Blood tests are also used to confirm a diagnosis of follicular thyroid cancer. Blood samples are taken from the follicle so that doctors can make a determination of whether or not the cancer has spread to other areas of the body or in tissues, like bone.
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When a patient is first diagnosed with this disease, the doctor will most likely put him or her on a stage I treatment plan, which basically consists of radiation and drug therapy. Stage I treatments only attack tumors that are still in early stages, so they do not eliminate the disease. After the cancer has grown slightly, your doctor can move on to stage II treatment, which uses medications to try to shrink and kill the remaining cancer cells.
The type of treatment that is used depends largely on how far the cancer has spread. If it has spread out and has become relatively widespread, doctors may consider surgery to remove just the affected cells. They can then look at ways of preventing the spread of the disease. In extremely advanced cases, your doctor might not choose surgery at all, and instead could proceed with a treatment option called palliative surgery. This means that the treatments are merely to keep the cancer from spreading.
A good way to find out if you are at risk for thyroid cancer is to find out what the likelihood of being diagnosed is for your family history. This is a great test if you have no family members who have had the disease; in this case, your doctor can run a screen for possibleomas. Even if you have a history of other forms of cancer, such as lung cancer or breast cancer, you may still be at risk if you have been diagnosed with this form of the disease.
You should also know that medication can have some unpleasant side effects. For some women, they experience severe cramping, bleeding and hot flashes. This can be treated with prescription medication; your doctor will most likely give you a list of dosages to follow. Some women may experience symptoms like constipation, fatigue, swelling of the legs and numbness, which need to be treated by another source. While these side effects are not as common as the ones listed above, they do happen. It is always important to let your doctor know if you experience any of these side effects to ensure that your treatment is the right one for you.