Got back from work yesterday to a letter asking me to visit my GP as the local Clinical Commisioning group is concerned about the use of Liothyronine in my Oxford and would like to get everyone onto Levo. It then says there has been some concern over some time about this form of Thyroxine and that recently The Royal College of Physicians and the British Thyroid Association request that it isn't prescribed except for patients awaiting radioactive iodine treatment. It then goes on to state that this is because there are concerns about heart problems - palpitations and arrhythmia .
Currently get private prescriptions for 25mcg Lio which my gp has been happy to do under guidance from an Endo she referred me to.
Really can't face going back to the aches and brain fog and missing time off work.