I don'[t see any indication of cancer here.
I do see possible undertreatment of the thyroid problem.
Even endocrinologists will miss this, since the normal range for tsh goes up to 4.5, but new data indicates hypothryoidism anywhere over 2.
In treated patients, some need a TSH as low as .3!
It is even more difficult to rely on the numbers if your thyroid has been removed.
I suspect the problem is that you need a slight increase in your thyroid medication.
I would discuss this with your endo doc, and if you get no where, get a second opinion hands on.
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