I've made the decision to have a go at trying NDT. By the time my GP gets around to sorting out anything of importance, I'll be an octogenarian.
Now the problem I've got, to put it bluntly, is money.
I understand that I'm to have a blood test that includes T3 first (and it's been recommended to me that I also have a raft of vitamin tests done at the same, although I have had these done by the GP previously, and they've all come back okay). I've looked on the Blue Horizons site and I'd be looking at about £50 for the most basic test.
Then there appears to be seventy gazillion different types of NDT, none of which appear to be the best. Searching brand Z just yields dozens of results that claim it didn't work as well as brand X. But the you search brand X, and there's dozens of results that say it doesn't work as well as brand Y, searching brand Y yields dozens of results that say it doesn't work as good as brand Z, and, well, you get the idea.
So it seems each brand is quite subjective and you've just got to keep trying them until you find the right one, but I can only find each variety of them in bottles of 1000 that cost at least £50, which seems a fair bit if they don't work and you have try another.
I'm guessing there's no easy or cheap way of reaching a conclusion, but does anyone know where you could possibly buy like, a taster pot size tub of each brand, or do I need to start selling furniture to afford a seat at the NDT roulette table?
Thanks very much