Have learnt so much since joining this site, thank you everyone. I've realized no one is responsible for my health except me so I've decided to go back to university next week and move to a new GP in the local area as I'm getting no where with the one appointed by the university. I'm thinking of getting a referral letter from my family GP back home (overseas) and wondering what needs to be written in it so that my new GP (still to be found!) takes my health issues seriously, instead of just fobbing me off! I have Hashimotos, PCOS, and currently taking T3 and T4. Do I need to say I've been seen by an endocrinologist previously or Hormone specialist and say that I might need monitoring by a similar person in the UK? Anything else I should put in the letter?
Thanks in advance!