After some good advice and research on this site, I had a telephone appointment with my dr today as couldn't get in to see him until July at earliest.
I had all my notes made and was ready to argue my case but he agreed with everything, suggested things I was going to ask for and even mentioned a referral to endocrinology if needed
So after blood test taken on Tuesday (which included T3 and T4 even though nurse said it was just TSH) I am apparently over medicated:
Serum free T4 27.6 (11.00-22.00)
Serum free T3 6.1 (3.10-6.80) normal no action
Serum TSH 0.01 (0.30-4.50)
So dr has said to reduce levothyroxine from 200 to 175 for a month and then go see him. A couple of days before that I need to go for my blood test and will be getting the works I think! T3 and T4, he mentioned antibodies, and when I asked about vit d, b12, ferritin and folate he agreed to those too.
So I'm hoping this is the first step in the right direction. I've been gluten free since Monday and feel lighter - I know that sounds weird but can't think of any other way to describe it! I'm guessing no stodge weighing me down. It is hard but I'm only really missing bread and battered chicken (Chinese dishes). I've also made the effort to avoid fluoride.
Any other advice? I'd really like to quit my (very stressful) job or at least go part time/into a new career but that's just a dream for the foreseeable future