Very interesting for me! Some of you may have read my previous posts about my fight to keep my T3 medication??
Anyway, even though I had to report a Endo nearly two years ago because of her lack of professionalism in her treatment of me and her dismissive attitude to the T3 saga, I am still being prescribed it (lucky me she says). Since that horrendous consultation, I have had two annual reviews of medication. I have not been tested for T3, so I have not questioned it and it has still been prescribed. (don't want to rock the boat)
Anyway, in the post yesterday, I received a letter from the NHS - which I was not expecting, not requested but I am going to ignore. The letter says, "We are now in a position to offer you a appointment in the Endocrinology department, please ring this number above, if we do not hear from you in the next two weeks, we will refer you back to your GP"
Now I have been in touch with my GP, as my last TSH result was high compared to previous results, but at no time did he suggest referring me to the hospital but all that was said was that I was to be retested three months later, which is sometime this month and that if it was still the higher figure, then my T4 medication would be increased!
I don't know if this is a ploy to get me off the T3 medication, but they can't do that can they if they have not tested my T3 hormone level?
Should I just ignore the letter and wait to hear from my GP which I think is the best plan?
Thanks for any advice in advance.