I have some basic understanding of how the thyroid works, and I've tried doing searches to understand more, but I'm trying to understand if nodules (small lumps) in the thyroid are ever related to cervical cancers. I had atypical glandular cells on my pap, but my biopsy did not produce any atypical glandular cells. My concern is that they came from somewhere originally, so I'm thinking it means we just haven't found the source. I've also had multiple nodules in my thyroid that I've had ultrasounds of several times. I think the thyroid may be related to the lymph system?? Anyhow, I found articles that talk about thyroid cancer involving cervical lymph nodes (which, if I understand my research, the atypical glandular cells could be from lymph nodes b/c lymph nodes are glandular in type. Is this correct?).
Has anyone had thyroid cancer that moved to their cervix (or endometrium or endocervix) or adenocarcinoma of cervix that has produced growths in the thyroid?