This is not what I am suggesting. I prefer wrong action over inaction (if choosing between the two). At least the wrong action allows you to rule something out and therefore continue to move forward.
I am not saying that IR is the wrong action here. Yes, there are other things that cause low body temperatures, but we can only do so much here.
I've seen several instances where guys will blindly follow you no matter what, and for good reason. You have a tremendous amount of knowledge and I, personally, take everything you say into account every time.
The problem lies with the person receiving the information you are providing.
You say "You are probably iodine deficient. Supplement with iodoral @__mg" (I'm paraphrasing, of course)
Adam Randomguy says "Ok, I'll do that. Thanks, KSman!"
Well, that's the end as far as we know it until Adam posts again. We have zero oversight over Adam, and Adam takes what we say as the bible. The problem is, Adam wasn't seeing the benefits soon enough, and Adam took it upon himself to increase his IR dosage to 100mg because he is impatient. Adam starts vomiting, goes into shock and starts having seizures. Adam was also deficient in selenium.
This story is wildly overkill. My point is, will you please update the thyroid basic sticky to provide the negative aspects that, while rare, can be possible?