I have looked for posts on this and can only find some from 3 years ago.
I noticed recently that Armour had been taken off my NHS repeat prescription and when I asked my GP he said he was happy to put it back on but was sure it would come up again.
I didn’t know what he meant at the time but after looking on the internet found that many people were being told by their GP’s that they couldn’t have it any more even though they had been receiving it for some time.
I have been on it since 2004. I had been suffering with hypothyroidism for years and the thyroxine they kept giving me and increasing in dosage, instead of making me feel better was making me feel very ill, although eventually within range for T4.
In the end I went private, had private tests and was found to be have low T3. My private doctor gave me prescriptions for Armour which worked brilliantly and I soon managed to get it on the NHS.
What on earth am I and many like me going to do when the rug is suddenly pulled out from under our feet and they take it off us, which I think will be sooner rather than later.
I am 70 and only on a basic state pension, I have been stable on Armour for all these years.