Writing again from some advice!!
She has recently been diagnosed with peridontal abcess and she has florid peridontitis and jaw osteoporosis according to her dentist.I googled around and i found that TSH suppression ( TSH being below normal ) in hypothroid patients can lead to peridontitis.
My wife has been on thyroxine 150 mcg and her TSH when she checked last time was below normal. ( sorry not sure of the value..0.8 or something ) . I wonder if being on a high dose of thyroxine is causing the peridontitis.
We are planning to schedule an appointment with our GP to get another TSH and may be lower thyroxine to 100 if TSH is till below normal.
I wish to know if any one else has found themselves in this situation and would like to know more about this association.
thanks in advance