Thanks. You're probably right and I'm over thinking everything as usual. I'm in the US too just never really changed doctors before. This would have to be an Endocronologist/Specialist and it's pretty obvious I don't have a thyroid. So that could be where it gets complicated and they start asking questions. It's easy to explain why I want a new doctor because there's not many that will prescribe Armour which is the most "natural" form of medication for it. Only a few doctors believe in it and know how to adjust it right apparently. Hopefully showing that I'm already educated on the subject makes it go easier for me.
I guess if people addicted to pain killers can easily go to doctor to doctor to get prescriptions it shouldn't be too hard to do what I want to do. My blood test will confirm that my system is drained so I won't look like I'm lying about it.