I am hypothyroid and have been using sustained-release T3 to lower my TSH and rT3 and raise my T3. So far, T3 has been helpful in that regard, but hasn't done much in the way of fat loss, therefore, I am interested in adding in T2.
I would think it's ok from a safety standpoint since T2 naturally occurs in Armour thyroid.
Has anyone had success in increasing fat loss and RMR by stacking T2 with T3?
If so, which T2 did you use, 3,3 or 3,5?
3,3 is not suppose to suppress TSH, I would think it would be good in my case since it wouldn't interfere with the T3.
My doc, however, was concerned that taking T2 at the same time as T3 may make it difficult to determine whether the T3 is suppressing TSH or the T2. I told him that the 3,3 version of T2 does not suppress TSH like 3,5.
T2 has some benefits that T3 does not have. There are some studies that show that T2 can be used as an additive to a T3 cycle, to stimulate fat loss even further, through BAT thermogenesis.