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... T3 is available in Canada again and it is called Cytomel.As much as I know in Canada you can only get it in 25mcg.... ... (14 replies)
... I don't live in Canada, but I don't think Armour is used there. ... (7 replies)
... and you can get cytomel here. You can also get compounded bioidentical slow release T3 from compounding pharmacies. ... (14 replies)

... Skewch....I live in Sask as well.I am on dessicated thyroid meds.It is called thyroid.It is the natural drug to synthetics.I was on synthyroid,levothyroxine and even was on cytomel as well. ... (14 replies)
... I don't know if exactly armour is used here, personally, I take cytomel. ... (7 replies)
... throid, and NP Thyroid are readily available. In Canada, Erfa is available. And compounded natural thyroid is available most places. ... (10 replies)
... Synthroid is a synthetic thyroid med containing only T4 thyroid hormone. Armour is a natural product derived from the thyroid glands of igs and contains T3 and T4 thyroid hormones. ... (5 replies)
... treatment, I've been able to find a naturopath to prescribe Erfa Thyroid for me to try. I had been on Armour early on in my treatment, but it was not covered by my insurance and I could not afford to stay on it. ... (1 replies)
... If I were you I would ask my doctor to prescribe Erfa for me. That would take care of your low FT3. Erfa is available in Canada and is better than our Armour. It is a natural desiccated thyroid and the T3 in it would, I believe, be more gentle than the Cytomel and easier to regulate. ... (63 replies)
Jan 2, 2008
... Natural dessicated thyroid is available in Canada, but I don't think it goes by the Armour brand. Last time I heard, it was known just as "Thyroid" and was made by Pfizer. ... (5 replies)
... and now i think that .50mg is the only dose it comes in? ... (15 replies)
At a loss
Mar 17, 2004
... Cytomel is available in Canada. ... (13 replies)
... I am currently on a dose of .125 and .150 of Synthroid, alternating the amount each day. I also take Selenium later in the day. I was on .112 last month had it increased mid Nov, but since then my energy and fatigue seem worse...has this happened to anyone else? ... (5 replies)
... tree frog mentioned something about having heard that cytomel was banned in canada, so i decided to do a little investigating ... ... (0 replies)
... NP Thyroid is a brand of dessicated thyroid. It's what I take. ... (33 replies)
... But the fT4 and fT3 are what is actually available to your body. Those numbers are more indicative of what's going on than TSH in most cases. ... (22 replies)
... Eir33 on here lives in Canada and she's been taking levo and her doctor just added Cytomel. ... (63 replies)
... liothyronine is available here. ... (63 replies)
... Your Ferritin is very low, it should be up around 90 so that can explain your hair loss. You need to suppliment your iron. ... (10 replies)
... still trying to find solutions. But I have to spend many months at a time in Mexico. ... (7 replies)

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