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T3-Cytomel (Liothyronine) 100mcg
T3-Cytomel (Liothyronine) is a type of thyroid hormone used to treat hypothyroidism and myxedema trance like state. It is advertised as the sodium salt under the brand name Cytomel (orTertroxin in Australia).
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T3-Cytomel (Liothyronine) 100mcg is a form of thyroid hormone used to treat hypothyroidism and myxoedema coma. Cytomel works by increasing protein synthesis and therefore producing a muscle gain. Moreover, Cytomel is an excellent fat burner. T3-Cytomel tablets contain Liothyronine (L-triiodothyronine or LT3), a synthetic form of a natural thyroid hormone, and is available as the sodium salt.
This drug is indicated for:
• Treating hypothyroidism
• Treating myxoedema coma
• Producing muscle gain
• Burning fat.
The side effects include:
• Arrhythmia (including tachycardia)
• Increased bowel motility
• Menstrual irregularities.
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The human body naturally endogenously manufactures a T3 dosage of approximately 30mcg per day. Hence, this is why many users who wish to ‘play it safe’ by starting off at a Cytomel dosage of 25mcg per day are actually taking a step backwards in progress rather than moving forwards. T3 doses of 25mcg per day are actually less than is normally manufactured by the human body. This attempt at ‘playing it safe’ by utilizing a very small T3 dosage at the beginning is the result of the fear that has been propagated by individuals among the performance enhancing drug using community that T3 is a very dangerous drug, when in reality it is no more dangerous than most other hormonal drugs, such as anabolic steroids.
What also needs to be addressed in this profile is the concept of a slow titration upwards (a slow ramping upwards) of T3 doses, which has become an extremely popular practice that is for the most part unnecessary. The claims made by individuals among the performance enhancing drug using community concerning the ramping up of the Cytomel dosage is that the thyroid gland is a very sensitive gland that can potentially become permanently shut down if Cytomel doses are raised either too fast, or too high. These claims, once again, are wrong and are not supported by clinical evidence. For over 2 decades, one of the myths that has persisted in regards to T3 has been the myth of permanent thyroid gland damage.