Well, the long and the short of it is he wanted to play the big I AM and tell me that I was over medicated and should reduce but I told him that I'd rather have a short active life than a long miserable one. Apparently they won't test for T3 at the labs if TSH and T4 are within range even if the doctor specifically asks for it, Vit D won't be tested if Calcium and Phosphate are within "normal" range, NDT can't be monitored for effects, and T3 on its own can cause heart problems. On the plus side, he did re-order the antibody blood test for me, which I had done after. I'm not sure if this needed to be done at a specific time of day, but assumed if you have antibodies they are around all the time?
Just to add to it all, I asked about Vit D and B12 and he said it was an Endocrinology clinic and he wasn't going to discuss that, he only had a limited amount of time with each patient, and there was a lot of stuff on the internet that was misleading ... Oh yeah, I bet there is.
I'm really not sure what to do next.