feedback from Thyroid users, and possible side effects

Vince

Super Moderator
I don't think so, I take NP thyroid and if I'm correct is about half t4 and half t3, so maybe my FT3 would be just a little less cause I won't ingest any t3 prior the lab test, if I understand well t4 takes about two weeks to build up
So, you’ll try it, just once?
 

Mark Saur

Active Member
I don't think so, I take NP thyroid and if I'm correct is about half t4 and half t3, so maybe my FT3 would be just a little less cause I won't ingest any t3 prior the lab test, if I understand well t4 takes about two weeks to build up
each 1 grain of most any NDT contains 37mcg of T4 and 9mcg of T3
 

Mark Saur

Active Member
Haven’t gotten thyroid levels tested since starting iodine. Just had $430 worth of labs done at the end of August, including a full thyroid panel. I’ll eventually do another thyroid panel, but probably not in the very near future
FYI. I will be getting some labs in next fews weeks to see how the addition of 4 drops of Lugols 2% iodine has impacted my thyroid numbers. I will let you know when I get those.
 

Gman86

Member
FYI. I will be getting some labs in next fews weeks to see how the addition of 4 drops of Lugols 2% iodine has impacted my thyroid numbers. I will let you know when I get those.
Oh perfect! Yes please do. This will give me a good idea how my dose of 5 drops may be effecting my thyroid values. Thanks
 

Bonetti Gianluca

Active Member
So, you’ll try it, just once?
I just took another FT3 test today, but I took my Thyroid before again, just because I felt things ramping up even more for the past few days, I don't think I need to test anymore at this point, I'm just going "by the feeling" like Dr Crisler thought me once, I know FT3 at 4.1 may be a bit too much and 3.0 too little, so maybe somewhere in the middle is ok. I'm cutting back to a 1/4 tomorrow and trying this for few weeks
 

Vince

Super Moderator
Thyroid hormones act indirectly to increase sex hormone-binding globulin production by liver via hepatocyte nuclear factor-4a
David M Selva1,2 and Geoffrey L Hammond1,2
1Child and Family Research Institute, 950 West 28th Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada V5Z 4H4
2Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, The University of British Columbia, 4500 Oak Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada V6H 3N1

 
Morning temps upon waking before u even get out of bed should ideally be between 98.0 - 98.6. The closer to 98.6 the better.

I’d be curious to see where ur morning temp is at, if u have time.
Well, I know my morning temps are nowhere near that...glad I’m about to be switched back to NDT from synthroid.
 

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