Thyroid UK website has more information but this is the first paragraph from their article "Where Can I Get Desiccated Thyroid Hormone?"...
"Thyroid UK is frequently contacted by patients who do not realise that natural desiccated thyroid hormone (NDT) - 'Armour', manufactured by Forest Pharmaceuticals, 'Nature-Throid' and 'Westhroid', both manufactured by RLC Labs, and 'Thyroid' manufactured by Erfa Canada Inc. - can be prescribed by their GP on a “named patient” basis."
Yes, I have just read all that too!
Surely I have a right as a patient to ask for it? It's not as if I am going in asking for a drug I cannot prove I take.
Print out the info from Thyroid UK and take it to your GP. Possibly your doctor may not know about named patient basis.
I have some doctor names in the UK; however, most are around the London area. I do have one listed as Edwinstowe Mansfield. Is that of any interest to you?
Any doctor would be helpful, thanks. Is he/she NHS or private?
I did however find a few places I can buy online without a script yesterday!
Looks like back to self help...
Sent info by PM. Just click on your name and that takes you to personal page. Then click on messages.