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Old 06-13-2005, 03:59 AM   #1
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the T3 in Armour

I know that it take 4-6 weeks for T4 to build up to stable levels and to start feeling some benefits from that. It is also the case for T3? I was just wondering if down the line as the weeks roll by, if I would start to slowly get more and more of a hit from T3 like you do with T4...anyone?

 
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Re: the T3 in Armour

If you split your doses of Armour, you should be able to tolerate the t3. I can't say this for everyone. Our systems are all different in being able to tolerate t3.

How much Armour are you on Pixie?

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Re: the T3 in Armour

Hi Lady5o! I always appreciate your replies! I went from 75 synthroid to 90 Armour. I felt I needed a boost with the synthroid, but I wanted to try Armour...my T3 for the last two labs was lagging. I know the T4 builds up over time, and that is why we wait 4-six weeks. I was just wondering if it was the same for the T3...that is since Armour has both! Again thanks!

 
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Re: the T3 in Armour

Pixiek,

Go to this site and all your questions will be answered ( this is where I got the Armour info for you).

http://**************.*****.com/group/NaturalThyroidHormones/

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Re: the T3 in Armour

Thanks. I will find it.

 
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Re: the T3 in Armour

Well, I found out that it does take a while for the T3 to build up in your body. It all depends on the half life of the med which for the T3 in Armour is anywhere from 1-2.5 days (maybe even three). So I heard to give it a couple of weeks...mystery solved.

 
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