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Thyro3 (Liothyronine Sodium) - 25mcg (30 Tablets)

Does anyone have the full list of ingredients for Thyro3?

Also, any experience with it?

I used to use NHS Liothyronine which made me very ill due to some of the ingredients. Since then I've been using Tiromel 25 mcg and have been doing much better on it.

I was wondering if anyone else responded in the same way to Liothyronine and Tiromel, and therefore could suggest a suitable replacement? I have hashimotos.

Thanks for any help.


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Filias, Thyro3 is generic Liothyronine produced in India for hypothyroid patients. We *do* know what the ingredients are, see my reply to Faith1.

Bodybuilders use a variety of generic and branded Liothyronine brands for fat burning. The fact they misuse doesn't mean the product is rubbish.


Thanks for your reply Filias!


Faith1, Via Google: The active pharmaceutical ingredient in Thyro3 tablets is Liothyronine Sodium. Each Thyro3 tablet contains 25 mcg of Liothyronine Sodium. The inactive ingredients present in Thyro3 pills are calcium sulfate, gelatin, starch, stearic acid, sucrose and talc.

I did equally well on Tiromel and Mercury Pharma Liothyronine.


Thank you Clutter, you found what I couldn't.

Have you tried Thyro3?

Mercury Pharma Liothyronine did not work for me, but I think you said worked for you.

Tiromel did work very well for me.

So I wanted to know if you had the same experience, i.e. positive with Tiromel and negative with MP Liothyronine, so I could follow whatever you are taking now - like Thyro3 or something else?




Faith1, I've only tried Tiromel and MP Liothyronine. Both worked for me and I can't say I noticed any difference mcg for mcg.

Why are you changing from Tiromel if it works well for you?


Thanks for that Bruster, it's good to know you've tried it. I won't get it as I'd rather learn from others experience as I'm not as brave as you. I really appreciate your frankness.


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