Since going on NDT, I feel so much better than on T4 drugs alone. However, on NDT, regardless of dosage, my TSH is always suppressed. I see a so called Hertoghe doctor in Belgium once a year (and this doctor is the one who prescribes all the hormones for me), and a regular family doctor closer to home for everyday ailments...and this doctor does not at all like my suppressed TSH. He keeps telling me it will cause bone loss, high blood pressure, possibly even a heart attack...he wants me back on thyroxine only, and tells me I should not need more than 75 mcg daily, because he has no patients requiring more than that...I don't even feel human on anything less than 5 grains of NDT daily
I feel nothing I say will convince him otherwise, so I have been asking myself if there is any trustworthy source of information actually stating that a suppressed TSH isn't actually bad, apart from former thyroid cancer patients...?