Congrats on the cake AND the loss! I hope this momentum you've got going continues! I wonder if the reduced stress level is allowing your body to get rid of stuff that the cortisol release during the tense period was keeping you from losing?
Your metabolism and your body in general seem to be responding really well to whatever regimen you've got going. How have you been doing things lately as far as dosage and times?
I wish I had more time to update you and ask you some questions, but I've been on T3 only lately and initially felt GREAT and now I'm starting to see the same thing happen that did after initially feeling so hopeful on the Armour - fingers and toes are getting colder again, energy level backsliding a bit, nails more brittle, looking pale again.
I'm wanting to try the Circadian T3 regimen, if I can adapt it to jive with my nightshift routine. The problem is that I flip flop back from nights to days several times a week and it's different all the time. The transition times are tough, but I'm pretty damn motivated! Will you remind me which guidelines you've been following? My endo NP is all for this and is excited to follow me during the T3 only approach and whatever may come next if that doesn't work. I'm wondering if I'm battling the cellular resistance that you had - we're checking all of my levels again (INCLUDING rT3!) in about 3 more weeks.
I am so thrilled to hear of your progress - your body will be functioning like a well-oiled machine in no time at this rate! Crossing my cold fingers and toes that my prediction comes true.
Last edited by GoJenGo; 03-09-2013 at 05:44 PM.
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