After three years almost bed ridden with crippling fatigue and on an ever increasing dose of levothyroxine, 300 mcg at the last count, I have found a miracle in T3. ( bought from an online pharmacy myself) I cut my levothyroxine and substituted some T3, as I've heard others do, eg Galatea. Three days ago I went for a lone walk in the moonlight, my first for three years! Hurray! All troubles over!
But then the big let down: I have palpitations to a frightening level.
I could adjust my doses of everything, and have started by halving my HC, my Swansons Adrenal pill, my NAX. I was on 30 HC, 2 Swansons and 3 NAX. I've halved these and feel tired today. My palpitations have calmed but my energy has gone!
I did one day on T3 entirely and was great.....except for the palps and pulse of 112.
I could make T3 work for me, so am optimistic.
Who thinks I should try to clear RT3 ( which is through the roof) on T3 only for a couple of months?
Who thinks I should take a T3 dose early morning as Paul Robinson describes?
Who thinks I should mix levo and T3 as many of you do?
I'm choosing to view my T3 experiment as a great hope for the future, so I would welcome your experiences.
Thank you so much!