A number of patients post about obtaining liothyronine because they can't get it on the NHS. Whilst it can be obtained over the internet we can't give details on the forum. It is worth noting however that if you can get your doctor to write an NHS prescription for liothyronine 20 mcg you can obtain it at a reasonable cost from German pharmacies, see thyroiduk.org.uk/tuk/treatm... . It probably helps if you can get your doctor to prescibe 50 or 100 tablets to match the pack size. I have tried Thybon Henning and find it superior to the UK versions.
I think there are a number of advantages of using this route. Your doctor is aware of your need and you get prescriptions written which are on your medical records, confirming your need for liothyroine. Whilst you can obtain liothyronine without prescription I'm always a bit wary that the pharmacies involved may not be so well regulated and you can't be sure the tablets have been stored correctly etc. They may be fine but I have more trust in German efficiency and regulation.
Might I suggest if your doctor is refusing to prescribe and cost issues are involved you ask them to give you an NHS prescription which you will use to order German liothyronine at your own cost (about £28 / 100 tablets incl postage). I think this means the patient gets better medicine and the need for liothyronine stays visible. If the CCGs are forced to change their policy and you are already receiving NHS prescriptions it will be easy to just present them to a local pharmacist thus avoiding any future inertia from doctors.