I'm back from the endocrinologist, and I got the best news EVER!!!
I DON'T HAVE THYROID CANCER!!!
It appears to just be a small, fluid filled cyst on my thyroid, that they'll watch in the future, but it's not a concern for now.
As for the high thyroid numbers, she said it's likely that I have Hashimoto's Thyroiditis. Basically it means that my body thinks that my thyroid is a foreign object, so my white blood cells are attacking it, which makes it unable to produce.
And it's easily treatable with medication!
The only concern I still have is that my blood work before tested positive for Epstein-Barr (Mono). The endocrinologist thinks this is why I'm so tired all the time. But she didn't give me any suggestions on how to make it better. Thoughts?