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Cytomel®T3 50mcg – Int’l Warehouse

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ACTIVE INGREDIENT: T3 50MCG
TABLET COUNT: 50 COUNTS
ACTIVE HALF-LIFE: 9 HOURS
CLASSIFICATION: PEPTIDES
DOSAGE MEN: 50-100 MCG/DAY
DOSAGE WOMEN: 50-100 MCG/DAY
ACNE: RARELY
WATER RETENTION: NO
HBR: NO
HEPATOXITY: LOW
AROMATIZATION: NO

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Cytomel® T3 50mcg is a medication containing liothyronine, a synthetic thyroid hormone. Let’s explore its key aspects:

  1. Purpose and Indications:
    • Hypothyroidism: Cytomel is primarily used to treat hypothyroidism, a condition where the thyroid gland does not produce enough thyroid hormones.
    • Thyroid Cancer (with radiation and surgery): It may be part of the treatment plan for thyroid cancer.
    • Thyroid Suppression Test: Cytomel is also utilized in thyroid suppression tests.
  2. How Cytomel Works:
    • Cytomel contains a synthetic version of the T3 thyroid hormone, which is normally produced by the thyroid gland.
    • T3 plays a crucial role in controlling metabolism, body temperature, heart rate, and other vital functions.
    • When natural T3 levels are insufficient, Cytomel helps restore them by providing replacement hormones.
  3. Dosage and Proper Use:
    • The recommended dosage for Cytomel T3 is 50 to 300 mcg per day, adjusted as needed.
    • It has an active half-life of approximately 9 hours.
    • Bodybuilders sometimes combine Cytomel with other substances for enhanced effects.
  4. Pros and Cons:
    • Pros:
      • Acts faster than other thyroid hormone replacements.
      • Safe for use during pregnancy and in children.
      • Available as a generic version.
    • Cons:
      • Requires regular blood tests and dose adjustments initially.
      • May cause heart problems.
      • Usually more expensive than other thyroid supplements.
      • Not suitable for conditions unrelated to abnormal thyroid function.
  5. Pharmacist Tips:
    • Take Cytomel at the same time each day to maintain consistent hormone levels.
    • Be cautious of interactions with other medications (e.g., calcium, blood thinners).
    • Inform your provider about all current medications and supplements.

Remember, Cytomel should be used under the guidance of a healthcare professional. If you have any concerns, consult your doctor before starting this treatment

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