I have Hashimoto's. I also had bad horizontal ridges on both thumbs, which the GP wasn't overly concerned about - he said they were probably caused by a previous bad health blip (causes damage to the nails, so you see the ridges as the nail grows?) I didn't actually appear to be exhibiting any of the other symptoms of all the scary stuff (yes, ivory lace dress with sleeves 2018 I'd googled too) that they could be a symptom of, although I've had a chronic cough for as long as I can remember.
Anyhow, I started getting them on some of my other fingernails (and big toenails), and he took a bit more notice, and rechecked a few things. End result is that he increased my vitamin ivory D supplements, prescribed iron, and started me on B12 injections - I have a problem with absorption, and no amount of eating well will sort it out. I guess it could all be coincidence, but the ridges have gone and there is no sign of any more.
I still think you should tell your GP when you go, but only when you go for a routine appointment.
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