Our expert says:
As long as you have your TSH levels checked regularly, the Eltroxin will not be harmful to your bones.
Regarding the bone loss in the jaw- as your dentist said, this was caused by an infection and your normal bone metabolism will now make sure that the holes get filled up. Ensure a healthy diet rich in calcium, vitamins, minerals and protein which will all aid in wound healing as well as helping the bone to knit successfully.
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