A lump in the neck that grows in size quickly is the most common visual indication of thyroid cancer. This bump is frequently unpleasant, and the discomfort extends to the ears. Individuals’ voices tend to get hoarse with time, and this change in voice is permanent. The bump also makes swallowing and breathing difficult. In the early stages, most people complain of a persistent cough. Thyromegaly, or enlarged thyroid, is frequently related to thyroid cancer’s early symptoms. However, as previously stated, thyroid cancer is not the only cause of swelling in the thyroid gland.