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Tiromel T3 / Cytomel

Tiromel T3 / Cytomel
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Tiromel T3 / Cytomel
$23.00
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  • Stock: In Stock
  • Pack & Dosage: 100 tabs (25 mcg/tab)



New Bacth Tiromel (March, 2016) has bigger box. Same dosage, same box design, same tablet counts.
New batch Tiromel is in stock now. Product photos are attached to product images.

Composition:Liothyronine Hcl

Brand Name:

Pack:

Tiromel

100 tablets

Systemic Category:Endocrine system drugs - Thyroid disturbances drugs
Chemical Category:

Hormonal derivative drugs - Thyroid drugs - Thyroid hormones

 

Indications:

Replacement therapy in hypothyroidism, Severe and chronic hypothyroidism, TSH suppression, Myxoedema coma

Contraindications:

Untreated hyperthyroidism; uncorrected adrenal failure; recent MI.

Adverse reactions:

Nervousness, excitability, tremor, muscle weakness, cramps; sweating, flushing, heat intolerance, headache, insomnia, tachycardia, palpitations, angina pectoris, excessive wt loss; menstrual irregularities; diarrhoea, vomiting. Potentially Fatal: Convulsions, cardiac arrhythmia, heart failure, coma.

Interactions:

Reduced absorption with iron, colestyramine, colestipol, aluminium- and magnesium-containing antacids, calcium carbonate, simethicone, sucralfate. May alter requirements of antidiabetic drugs. Reduced efficacy of thyroid replacement therapy with imatinib. Reduced tri-iodothyronine serum levels with amiodarone. Reduced serum levels of thyroxine with carbamazepine, phenytoin, phenobarbital, rifampicin, oestrogens. Potentially Fatal: Increased therapeutic and toxic effects of levothyroxine and TCAs. May change hypoprothrombinaemic response to warfarin and other oral anticoagulants (markedly increased response during replacement). Increased risk of significant hypertension and tachycardia with ketamine.

Warnings:

Angina, heart failure; DM; diabetes insipidus; elderly; long-standing hypothyroidism; adrenal insufficiency; myxoedema. 

Form:

TABLET

 

 

Tiromel by Abdi Ibrahim is a synthetically manufactured prescription thyroid hormone. It specially consists of the L-isomer of the natural thyroid hormone triiodothyronine (T3). Thyroid hormones stimulate basal metabolic rate, and are involved with many cellular functions including protein, fat, and carbohydrate metabolism. Tiromel by Abdi Ibrahim is used medically to treat hypothyroidism, a condition where the thyroid gland does not produce sufficient levels of thyroid hormone. Hypothyroidism is usually diagnosed with a serum hormone profile (T3, T4, & TSH), and may manifest itself with symptoms including loss of energy, lethargy, weight gain, hair loss, and changes in skin texture. T3 is the most active thyroid hormone in the body, and consequently Tiromel by Abdi Ibrahim is considered to be a more potent thyroid medication than levothyroxine sodium (T4).

Bodybuilders and athletes are attracted to Tiromel by Abdi Ibrahim for its ability to increase metabolism and support the breakdown of body fat. Most often utilized during contest preparation or periods of "cutting". Tiromel by Abdi Ibrahim is usually said to significantly aid in the loss of fat, often on higher levels of caloric intake than would normally be permissive of such fat loss. To this end, Tiromel by Abdi Ibrahim is also commonly used in conjunction with other fat loss agents such as human growth hormone or beta agonists. Some users also ascribe an ability of thyroid hormones like Tiromel by Abdi Ibrahim to increase the anabolic effect of steroids.

The usual protocol among bodybuilders and athletes taking Tiromel by Abdi Ibrahim to accelerate fat loss involves initiating its use with a dosage of 25 mcg per day. This dosage may be increased by 25 mcg every 4 to 7 days, usually reaching a maximum of no more than 75 mcg of Tiromel by Abdi Ibrahim per day. As in a medical setting, the intent of this slow buildup is to help the body become adjust to the increasing thyroid hormone levels, and avoid sudden changes that may initiate side effects. Cycles of Tiromel by Abdi Ibrahim usually last no longer than 6 weeks, and administration of Tiromel by Abdi Ibrahim should not be halted abruptly. Instead, Tiromel by Abdi Ibrahim is discontinued in the same slow manner in which it was initiated. This usually entails reducing the dosage by 25 mcg every 4 to 7 days. This tapering is done so that the body has time to readjust its endogenous hormone production at the conclusion of therapy, and to avoid the onset of side effects.

 

Triiodothyronine, also known as T3, is a thyroid hormone. It affects almost every physiological process in the body, including growth and development, metabolism, body temperature, and heart rate.[1]
Production of T3 and its prohormone thyroxine (T4) is activated by thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH), which is released from the pituitary gland. This pathway is regulated via a closed-loop feedback process: Elevated concentrations of T3, and T4 in the blood plasma inhibit the production of TSH in the pituitary gland. As concentrations of these hormones decrease, the pituitary gland increases production of TSH, and by these processes, a feedback control system is set up to regulate the amount of thyroid hormones that are in the bloodstream.
As the true hormone, the effects of T3 on target tissues are roughly four times more potent than those of T4.[2] Of the thyroid hormone that is produced, just about 20% is T3, whereas 80% is produced as T4. Roughly 85% of the circulating T3 is later formed in the thyroid by removal of the iodine atom from the carbon atom number five of the outer ring of T4. In any case, the concentration of T3 in the human blood plasma is about one-fortieth that of T4. This is observed in fact because of the short half-life of T3, which is only 2.5 days.[3] This compares with the half-life of T4, which is about 6.5 days.

 


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