It goes without saying that everyone on this forum is speaking from their own point of view. I'm not going to drop a "fine print" disclaimer at the end of every single post. If you think that I don't know that I'm writing from my own biased view, you are not giving me enough credit. I think about that and post my opinion anyway, assuming that readers are smart enough to know that.
I'm not going to attempt to prove to any doubter that there is in fact a serious problem with dissatisfied patients in endocrinology.
I don't have a material data sheet on my natural T3. It's referred to as "bio-identical," and comes from a dispensary. My understanding is that this is not "synthetic" like Synthroid is. You can try and tell me there is no difference if you want to, but if you do that, go ahead and explain why Synthroid sucked and my rT3 went sky high when I was using it, and why I'm doing fine on T3.