I am in the UK and current on Levothyroxine 100mg actavis since 2010, but notice that despite being on a strict diet that contains no gluten,wheat, grains or lactose (all of which I am really sensitive to, on the advice of gastroent. and dietitian) since 2009 my thyroxine contains lactose. This has been a huge issue for me as I am far from well and my gut is really troubled. I have been wondering why all this work on my diet has not had the effects that it should! And all the time I have been having lactose daily. So my question is how do I obtain a lactose and truly gluten-free version of the T4 on the NHS? I have real tested sensitivities to these items so this is not some lightly held belief. Will the NHS cover this as I am struggling to cope financially as it is; I have not worked since I became seriously ill in 2008. Any help would be appreciated.