Packing: 100 tablets
Tiromel is one of the medicine that is utilized for the purpose of treating hypothyroidism or underactive thyroid. The main cause of this disease is either when the thyroid gland is detached as an outcome of operation or by usage of multiple medicines. An artificial hormone called T3 is the main component of this medicine that has the ability to cure multiple problems like compassion for coldness, hair loss problem, skin getting very dry and some other signs of hypothyroidism simply by substituting the naturally produced thyroid hormone. Problem of infertility, in which the thyroid is bloated, can also be treated with Tiromel. Experts suggests that no individual should use Tiromel for the purpose of losing weight.
This medicine, Tiromel, is available in the market in tablets form. The suitable dose of Tiromel for you would be told by your doctor. Individuals who are suffering from hypothyroidism are recommended a dose of 25 mcg per day. The doctor who is treating you will be the one who can regulate the amount of dose. If any individual is taking or willing to take any of the anti-acid supplements or any other medicine that has iron or aluminium, then they must first consult with their doctor in order to ensure that these supplements can be taken simultaneously with Tiromel. The dose and time of dosage provided by the doctor must be strictly followed and should not be modified.
Side Effects of Tiromel
There are some of the side effects that are experienced by many users of Tiromel. These side effects are not severe but they need to be discussed with the doctor. These side effects includes rapid loss of weight, discrepancies in sleeping pattern, experiencing hair loss, changes in the menstrual cycle and shocks.
If any of these side effects are being experienced by the patient then must immediately consult their doctor so that doctor can closely analyze and provide the proper treatment. If proper treatment is provided on time then the individual can get rid of these effects. There are some severe side effects as well such as agonizing pain in chest, feeling weak and swollen limbs. These are some of the severe side effects that are listed here. There might be other side effects that the individual can experience and in that case immediate consultation with the doctor is highly recommended.
If a person is experiencing obesity condition and their thyroid function is completely normal then these tablets should not be used at any cost. If the pills are taken with any other diet pills then the reaction could cause some highly risky and life intimidating signs. If the patient experiences any condition like diabetes insipidus, myxedema, hepatitis and an underactive pituitary, adrenal gland or any condition directly affecting the heart then the patient must immediately consult a doctor so that proper treatment can be provided on time.
If the patient faces any allergic reaction after using Tiromel then they must look for instant medical treatment. There are some symptoms that indicates the allergic reactions. These signs includes rash skin, face or limbs swollen, problem in breathing, pimples or having problem while swallowing something.
This medicine is very effective if it is used as per the prescription provided by the doctor. If the patient messes with the dose then they might face severe problems or even their life can be put at stake. So if anyone is willing to change the dose amount, the proper and safest way is to first consult with your doctor and follow the doctor’s command.
There are some patients for whom this medicine can be life taking. These patients includes prenatal or breastfeeding females, person suffering from allergic reactions, other health problems or sickness, person taking other non-prescribed medicine and the person who is using any sort of steroids.
This product (Liothyronine Sodium) is sold under different names:
Cytomel is a synthetic T3 hormone. As you may already know, most natural T3 is not produced directly by your thyroid gland, but rather is converted from the T4 thyroid hormone.
Natural T3 is a regulator of the oxidative metabolism of energy producing substrates (food or stored substrates like fat, muscle, and glycogen) by the mitochondria. The mitochondria, as you will recall from your high school biology class, are usually referred to as the “cells powerhouses” because they produce ATP. Taking Cytomel (supplemental T3) greatly increases the uptake of nutrients into the mitochondria and also their oxidation rate (i.e. the rate at which they are burned for energy), by increasing the activities of the enzymes involved in the oxidative metabolic pathway. Everything is working harder, in other words, and more fuel is needed to supplement this increased work rate. Therefore, as you can guess, taking supplemental Cytomel will increase your bodys energy demands. And if you are in a hypocaloric state, you will begin burning even fatter primarily due to an increase in ATP. This increased ATP causes an increase in overall metabolic activity. This is exactly what we want, and is why we would be taking thyroid hormones like Cytomel in the first place. If you arent taking anabolic steroids with your Cytomel, however, your body may start to eat away muscle to provide energy for you to function. Remember mitochondria/ATP arent very picky, but they are very efficient. What I mean by this is that they will use whatever is on hand to generate energy for your body to continue functioning, fat, protein, glucose; it doesnt matter to ATP, as long as theres something to give them energy. Taking this drug will increase their need to find something to burn to create this energy. Ergo, if we arent taking anabolic steroids while taking our T3, we may lose too much muscle, especially while dieting.
Thus we can see that there are many advantages to using Cytomel to optimize our metabolic rate. It will also increase your bodys ability to synthesize protein, but from what Ive seen personally, it acts as a catabolic when it isnt administered with anabolic steroids. It is often the last thing added into a precontest diet, as it has a reputation for getting rid of the last few percentages of bodyfat& the “sticky fat” as its called in bodybuilding, the fat that just doesnt want to leave you in the last few weeks of dieting. I think this is a poor use for this drug, and that it should be the first thing added into a diet to lose fat, as it will optimize your metabolic rate, which should be done at the outset of a diet, not after the calorie restriction has diminished your thyroid output and you are adding it in simply to replace what was lost.
Unfortunately, in all of the studies Ive seen, T3 also increased growth hormone production. As we all know, GH is also a strongly lipolytic compound, and this is another mechanism by which T3 may exert its effects, although I suspect this would only be a small percentage of its overall effects. This being the case, it has always been somewhat problematic to me to note that when GH and T3 are used together, the increased nitrogen retention normally found with GH use is negated. If you were only using T3 and GH this may be a problem, but as Ive already stated, you are going to need some anabolic agents if you are using T3. And as you have read previously, I recommend the veritable anabolic/lipolytic orgy of Insulin, T3, Anabolic Steroids, GH, and insulin, for 100% maximum results in minimal time.
On the brighter side, and of special note to dieters, administration of T3 has been shown to upregulate the beta 2 receptors in fat tissue. As you know clenbuterol and similar compounds downregulate this receptor, so using T3 with your clen will help stave off or reverse this downregulation. I would still recommend taking your benadryl every third week, though.
After extended use of T3 at a suppressive dose, natural production is suppressed for some time after discontinuing T3 use. Generally the duration appears related to the length of use. In cases of brief usage there’s typically no noticeable period of low function post-cycle, but with extended cycles the duration of low function can be measured for as long as about six weeks in some cases.
The literature article “Recovery of pituitary thyrotropic function after withdrawal of prolonged thyroid-suppression therapy” provides an example of difficulty that can be encountered in recovering good thyroid production after a long period of oral thyroid use.
While in this study all the subjects did recover “normal” thyroid production, as also happens routinely in bodybuilding use, the “normal” that they ended up with was the rock-bottom end of the normal range, about 40 mcg/dL total serum T4 and about 80 ng/dL total serum T3. These are not levels one wants to be at, and are low enough that metabolism would be impaired.