nice call, tracker. i didn't know scalloped tongue could be seen in hypothyroidism. lots of great nutrition info out there for anyone with dxd hypothyroidism.
had a scout for more of what hypo looks like, in addition to scalloped tongue:
the-clinical-picture-of-hypothyroidismhttp://www.holisticprimarycare.net/topi ... thyroidism
"Thyroid hormone underwrites transcription and assembly of glycoaminoglycans. These "water magnets" are building blocks for collagen. Without intracellular glycoaminoglycans, cells can't retain water. Clinically, this manifests as dry, wrinkled skin, lusterless hair, brittle nails and the painful joints of osteoarthritis. Inability to hold water inside cells also results in fluid leakage into extracellular space. This presents as a rounded face, sub-orbital edema, leg edema, and a swollen/scalloped tongue."
tried just searching hypothyroid without specifying tongue, for this detail:http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/hypoth ... n=symptoms
"Hypothyroidism signs and symptoms may include:
Increased sensitivity to cold
Pale, dry skin
A puffy face
An elevated blood cholesterol level
Unexplained weight gain
Muscle aches, tenderness and stiffness
Pain, stiffness or swelling in your joints
Heavier than normal menstrual periods
Brittle fingernails and hair
no time for more right now. nutrition links later