I called the insurance health line kind of on a whim to ask them about why my hair seems to be falling out (which I attributed to having a baby on 1/31 and the hormones being wacky) . She said it was probably not that, and asked if I had anything else weird going on. I told her for a week I'd felt like there was something in my throat. She said it sounds like a thyroid issue, and to see the doctor (I'm calling tomorrow to schedule the appt).
I never had really felt around my neck so I don't know if this is normal or not - but if I push in on the right side of my neck, just to the right of where a guy would have an Adam's apple, I can push and feel like a squishiness. It feels almost like I'm pushing on a beanie baby and can feel little beanie things move underneath (that's the best I can describe it). If you push on your neck, does it squish too?
I know, weird question - but I'm wondering if it always did this. :-/
Asked by Anonymous at 8:51 PM on Jul. 26, 2009 in Health
Answer by BlessingsBegin at 9:44 PM on Jul. 26, 2009
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