Guys, I'm moving to Houston soon, and as such am going to have to leave my current endocrinologist. That said, he recommended a endocrinologist in Houston (I honestly don't know if I should call his name out on this site so I'll just post a few links to his site).
I hope you don't mind some links, but I came across this article on his site about T3/T4 , and this other one on the use of Synthroid , Levoxyl and Levothyroxine in general.
I mean he sounds good, based on what I've read, but have any of you worked with him? Is he good? I'm basically trying to gauge his personality and reputation.
Do you happen to have a list of recommended endocrinologists?View Thread
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