Where can I get Cytomel/Triostat without a prescription?
I know people use it to help with working out and weight loss and that they buy it without a prescription that way. I need it for medical purposes, I don't have a thyroid.
Asked by Zack Mizee 1 year ago.
If you find out let me know. The pills are cheap, but the blood work is expensive and I don't have insurance. Answered by Reyna Callegari 1 year ago.
Which thyroid pills have only t-3 thyroid in them?
Are there any others? I changed Insurance and can't afford the cytomel or its generic either.
Asked by Bennie Wickline 1 year ago.
Cytomel is a T3 only pill. Edit: I am only aware of brand name Cytomel, generic Liothyronine for the T3 only pills. There is a T3 injection, Triostat, but I'm guessing you don't want that. There is a synthetic combo T4/T3 called Thyrolar, maybe that's an option? Good luck. Answered by Chante Glader 1 year ago.
Cytomel is the only one I am familiar with, but a quick phone call to your local pharmacist will answer your question. Pharmacists are very knowledgeable about meds, more so that most medical doctors, and are very helpful even when they don't know you. Answered by Hellen Oslin 1 year ago.