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    Where's ZILLA when we need him!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    ok...my bad...blaming the brain...lmao!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Saw again this morning. Thyroid antibodies came back as .4
    thyroglobuin <.9

    thats as as far as he’s willing to go and said my weight blowing up is medication induced and im now prediabetic. He wasn’t even that concerned about taking DNP though he did look at my eyes and check for ademas. Also prescribed vit d and said that would take 6 months to correct. I may try the cytomel if the over the counter thyroid supps from the health food store don’t help with the fatigue n feeling shitty. A family member is a personal trainer and nutritionist; they’re going to help fine tune the diet

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    That blows he's not willing to do the other tests.
    Reverse T3 is the most important. Your other numbers can be fine but if high RT3 that means your cells are not getting the energy they need, hence fatigue

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    let us know how the 50 mcg goes.

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    Shiftie, what state are you in?
    If you're in a state that allows it you can purchase your own labwork a-la-carte and bring that rx to a labcorp and have them done, and then you'll have your own labs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhino99 View Post
    Shiftie, what state are you in?
    If you're in a state that allows it you can purchase your own labwork a-la-carte and bring that rx to a labcorp and have them done, and then you'll have your own labs.
    Texas. Thats a good idea! When you were going through your stuff did you ever take anything OTC?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShiftieGears View Post
    Texas. Thats a good idea! When you were going through your stuff did you ever take anything OTC?
    Lots of supplements and different things to try and help symptoms but never anything that worked for being hypo. Nothing helped that except for the thyroid meds. First a combination t3/t4 and then t3 only where im at now. It was life changing, it made that much of a difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jin View Post
    International pharmacies.

    Try allday chemist. They sell t3.
    @jin On all day chemists site, they ask for a prescription at checkout for things like t-3. Is this a scenario where they do that to cover their asses, but will actually process an order without one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blusoul24 View Post
    @jin On all day chemists site, they ask for a prescription at checkout for things like t-3. Is this a scenario where they do that to cover their asses, but will actually process an order without one?
    You do not need a Rx. Itís only for the appearance of propriety.

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    I don't see the need for thyroid medication.
    Those numbers aren't perfect but they don't suck either. If you're using DNP then that will effect things to an insignificant degree too.



    Vit D supplementation makes sense. Just make sure to get BW in 3 months and adjust the dosage from there - you do not need 10,000iu forever.
    Tech issues = delayed responses. I'm sorry!

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