I think you're right: there's no way it could just be hormonal...
Originally Posted by Derpamix
Although as soon as I typed that I realised you're suggesting taking hormones to help it! My hormonal issue is low progesterone/high oestrogen. I'm starting my prog med today. I figure that will prob help my t3?
Where do you get Cytomel anyway? From the way you guys talk about it and things like thyroid armour I presumed they were all avail over the counter...
Is it at least poss to buy hemp oil over the counter? I'm pretty good at pretending to have arthritis, if needs be.
Originally Posted by ombat
btw - that distention yesterday was after a 18 hour fast, and one medium-sized meal. So definitely not due to quantity.
Last edited by YogaBare; 05-28-2013 at 11:34 PM.
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