I have just been to see the doctor about my current blood test results which, once again, showed my TSH and T4 to be in range, meaning that the lab refused to test my antibodies. This has been going on for some time so I did a Blue Horizon test which came back positive for antibodies.
I was expecting the doctor to say that everything was normal so there was nothing to be done and, I wasn't disappointed.
But then he asked me how I was feeling now and then he referred back to the letter I sent him with the results of my Blue Horizon tests, where I had quoted Dr Toft (thanks to administrator Shaws on this forum) about a trial of Levo.
Here is the dilemma. First he asked me if I'd like a trial of Levo, on a low dose, to see if it made a difference. I was not expecting that! He said that the only problem with that is that it would skew any future blood tests. But then he said he could refer me to an endo instead.
I went in expecting nothing and was suddenly offered a choice of levo or endo.
I am not good at making decisions at the best of times but this was pretty major and I had about 30 seconds to make up my mind!
I chose the referral. I think I made the right decision but I'm wondering what you all think?