Problems with ordering Thai NDT

Hi Everyone,

After just having an Endo appt cancelled, for the second time, I have decided to self treat with NDT and finally got round to ordering last week. However, I have still not received an email from them with details concerning payment. Order was placed 6 days ago. Can anyone PM details of a private GP or Functional Dr in, or around the Bristol area.

Many Thanks

Jayne

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  • Siddooo1,

    Email louise.roberts@thyroiduk.org.uk for a list of practitioners.

    I suggest you check your spam or junk folder. If there is no reply email the NDT supplier again for payment instructions.

  • i know a private endo in Bristol who will prescribe you ndt. I could pm those who would like to see him

  • Hi, many thanks for replying. Could you please PM me info about the Bristol Endo.

    Kind regards

    Jayne

  • If you want a PM of where to get medicines, people need to believe you need their help. They need to be able to ask you if you really need the product, if you understand how to use it, where you live, and other relevant questions. Just posting "PM me too" really does not allow that sort of interaction and you are likely to get fewer responses, and possibly miss out on some good sources and advice. So post you own new question.

    Also another trouble is that threads full of "Please PM me", "I've sent you a PM", repeatedly, do nothing to help anyone. The original poster will continue to get alerts, so too might others (such as anyone following the thread, and anyone who is responded to). We also see the same few posts repeatedly appearing in the News Feed.

    If, despite all the above, you do still wish to ask a particular member to send you a PM, well, I suggest that instead of posting "PM me too" you simply send a PM directly to the person you want to respond? This makes it super-easy for the person to respond to your PM. They can respond, or ignore.

    If you receive a PM request, there is no need to then post "I've sent you a PM" on the thread as well as actually sending a PM as requested.

    (PM = Private Message)

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