My message in which I asked for help in finding a new supplier of T3 caused such a stir, I don't know why since I saw many people here asking same question without such reaction coming from the others. Anyway I got info I wanted (thank you silicaC and others who helped me) and I can continue taking T3 on which I am for 18 months now. My history is very ugly but since few people demanded that I tell it I will. I became ill some 5 or 6 years ago. My results were showing just a mild case of hypothyroidism. I was given 50 mcg of levothyoxine which didn't make me any better. Talking to my doctor that didn't get me anywhere, he recommended that I should take antidepressants instead. I was hardly dragging myself to work, I was in constant pain and my head felt like it's going to explode. My legs were puffed I was forgetful, tired, I looked awful. My husband was always mad at me thinking that I am pretending so that I can skip on duties at home and yes mt house was dirty and in mess, I didn't have strength to do anything. We couldn't have kids as well, I know that it was because of me since as soon as my husband remarried his new wife got pregnant. Anyway, few months after my divorce, after a day at work where my boss was yelling at me because I did a lousy report and it probably was lousy since I had a massive migraine and brain fog while writing it, threatening me that I'll be sacked I decided to kill myself. I had some sleeping pills at home but I was afraid that it wasn't going to be enough so I cut my wrists in a bathtub. I don't know what happened after that. I just remember the hospital and that they told me that my neighbor found me. At the time I was angry at her for saving my life but now I am grateful. To cut the long story short I am self medicating with T3 for 18 months now and I am finally perfectly fine. Sometimes I think what chance I would miss if I managed to kill myself that day. I think what I wanted to say is don't let doctors or anyone to put you down with stupid tests that in most cases don't show anything, do your own research and don't be afraid to experiment, it might just save your life.