My update- As suggested by yourselves I went to see my GP to ask for all 11 elements to be tested showing him the list from Blue Horizon. Looking through my records online he said that all these have been checked already over the last couple of years and are within the ranges as per NHS guidelines. He said that I would be wasting my time going to the expense of private blood tests with Blue Horizon and Medicheck and why should they offer a superior view to NHS labs. He has never heard of Thyroid UK and asked me to tell him why they have it right and the NHS has got it completely wrong. He suggested I should forget about private blood tests and ask for a second opinion with a consultant specialising in endocrinology through BUPA , Spire or Fairfield. In the last 2 years I have been attending an NHS hospital Endocrine section in Liverpool and seen 3 different consultants and two endocrine nurses and they are happy that the TSH T4 and T3 are within the ranges. My GP stated that they do not normally test for T3 as it is not necessary
I am now completely on my own because this fatigue I have is 40 years old and I am not prepared to bow down and worship the NHS as some doctors are asking me to do. I shall go ahead with a private blood test through Blue Horizon or Medicheck and take it from there. My only question with Thyroid UK is does the advice given to me come from a qualified doctor .