Not once I was diagnosed but before that I had constant sinusitis that affected my teeth badly. I was always paying for extra x rays and for the dentist to squirt cold air on them and whack them with his instruments to see if he could find a source of pain but he never found anything. I seemed to get such a lot of pain and toothache and often earache in my upper jaw and I was sure there was something wrong - the answer was always the same - my teeth were perfectly ok, it must have been much sinuses so off to the doctor for antibiotics.
Once I was diagnosed and on carb the carb plus thyroxine all that cleared up so I tend to blame the Graves.
I have an NHS dentist but pay privately to see the hygienist every three months. Every time I go to her or the dentist ( once a year) they say my gums are in great condition. They ought to be considering how much I pay to keep them that way, there's the dentist, the hygienist, the electric toothbrush with regular new heads, the special fluoride free natural toothpastes, the little inter dental brushes I use every day. I have a feeling if I hadn't been doing all that my gums etc might be in poor condition.
I would have thought you should be starting to feel more human after ten months but I'm no expert, I'm just judging from my own experience and even that is different because my hospital treats with 'block and replace' - that's a big dose of carbimazole to wipe out the thyroid production then they replace it with levothyroxing which they then stop abruptly when your bloods reach a certain level.
When I collected my first prescription for carb - i started on 20mcg a day which was raised to 40mcg after a month and until I finished my treatment - the pharmacist came round to speak to me and told me all about the problems that could be caused by carb and told me to take a decent dose of vitamin C along with it so I always took 1000 slow release vitamin C with zinc with my carb.
Have you had your vitamin B12, vitamin D ferritin and folate so checked out? You need them to be towards the top of their ranges for you to feel good.
I found I needed a huge amount of rest (I was 65 when I was first diagnosed so it could have been my age) so i did very little and only things I wanted to do and generally treated myself like the invalid I felt I was. Eventually one day I felt like doing the things I used to do but my first post on HU was to ask if I would ever feel normal again and yes I did so hopefully you will too 😀