The endocrinologist at Leeds discharged me last year, having run all of the possible tests he could think of to find out why I still had hypo symptoms when my blood tests were all 'normal' (apart from TSH, stuck at 0.02 ever since my sub-total thyroidectomy - necessitated by Graves disease - more than 10 years ago). His diagnosis was that 'endocrinologically, apart from the unexplained TSH levels, there is nothing wrong'.
I have since read Dr Arem's book 'The Thyroid Solution' and think I may be a candidate to try T3 replacement hormone in addition to the T4 I am taking. I don't want to go back to the same endocrinologist, as he is very focused on test results rather than patient treatment.
If anyone knows of an endocrinologist, ideally in the Yorkshire/ Manchester region, who would be willing to discuss T3 replacement hormone treatment and is willing to look beyond blood test results to treat patient symptoms, I would be very grateful for any information.