I had the summons I was dreading today to discuss my liothyronine prescription with my GP. I’ve been on a T4/T3 combination for 15 years- I feel well and my results are stable. I was dreading going back to that feeling of exhaustion and depression I had on T4 alone. In fact, the lovely GP wrote the prescription for liothyronine, and agreed the issue was financial, not clinical. He was amazed that I’d been able to buy 28 tablets in the south of France for just over 3 EUR, rather than the £250+ the same thing costs here. I’m still going to write to my MP again to ask why the NHS can’t buy T3 from a cheaper source- surely they can change the rules. Jeremy Hunt’s standard reply ‘answered’ a lot of other questions but not that one. Thanks to everyone for their helpful info!