My wife 49 yrs old is a runner, organic food consumer, and very active. This is October 2019 and she may be pre or full blown menopause at the time of her accident? She get's t-boned in her SUV on the passenger side by a 5 ton landscaping truck with a trailer full of equipment. She was OK when I arrived at the scene but very shook up but doesn't need to go to the hospital. She had her seat belt on thankfully & that certainly help minimize her damage so we thought! 6 weeks of rehabilitation of her neck & shoulders and I receive a call from her supervisor at work and was asked to come immediately to work that she was acting very strangely and as she started to loose her cognitive skill set. The next day I rushed to the emergency room Dec 27 with acute psychosis. She can't sleep, hearing voices, thinks someone's out to get kill her, paranoia, very depressed etc. All test and labs came back normal, released, and was referred to the in/out patient psychiatric hospital. After the meet-n-greet we decided to give her time and declined the invitation being that the only Dr. there was vacationing in Hawaii for 2 weeks. But early in the month we had a full blown panel on her thyroid and this is what it read: TSH-4.23, T3-2.60, T4-.75, Total T4-7.70 TPOAb-190.80 so this reads extremely high(range 0.0-34.0) So I'll fast forward to the present a year & 6 months later from her accident. The Psych Dr. still have no diagnosis just keep pumping the A typical anti-psychotics meds, anti depressant meds, sleep meds, & anti convulsant meds down her throat. Because of this pandemic no real face to face treatment mostly zoom. Sorry, finally to my question: Can a thyroid disease or disfunction be brought on or triggered from a side to side whiplash or seat belt jolt from a t-boned accident?
I finally asked her Psych Dr. if he ever collaborates with endocrinologists? He said all the time. Long story short she goes to a that type of Doctor next week but I had make the recommendation?