you know what's funny for me now? i am actually scripted 25 t3 and np thyroid as well just for hormone optimization(because of gh and age). well last year my t4 dipped a bit low so i added in 50 t4 just to get it back to normal. still didnt come up enough so i went to 100. had to drop it because for some reason now t4 above 50 makes my heart race big time. same for the np thyroid if the doc takes me up to high my heart rate goes through the roof yet i can run or should i say i tried t3 at150 and had no issues. before anyone freaks out i only did the 150 for 2 weeks and that was just to get that last bit of fat off and my diet and aas were perfect to hold onto muscle. i know i burned a little off but damn if i wasnt bone peeled and it was way to long of a prep where i stalled out hard
Originally Posted by pgc640
little recommendation toss the t4 and switch 2t3 which is the active form of thyroid in our body. t4 has to be converted by it LH hormone before it's usable by our body which takes time that's why you're saying it's gentle and slow T3 is not gentle and slow you will feel it in the first day. T3 is the much better drug because it's what our body uses the only time doctors will prescribe sidamel usually because they're lazy bastards is if the person does not produce la hormone which converts the t4 into T3 they don't like prescribing sitamel because it requires more blood test and more work for the doctor. that's also why you see synthroid in a much higher dosages than you'll see side amount it's because it has to convert and when it converts it loses its potency. there's no reason really to use t4 just use T3 that's it 25 micrograms is really good for most people and it's very safe.
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