Np Thyroid is a brand name version of the generic desiccated thyroid. This and other brand name versions are a combination of the drugs Levothyroxine and Liothyronine. Np Thyroid is supplemented hormones that are low or missing in patients who suffer from hypothyroidism. Hormones produced by the thyroid gland regulate the body’s energy levels and metabolism. Np Thyroid is also used to prevent goiter and as part of medical testing for thyroid disorders. Np Thyroid is not used to treat obesity or weight problems. The price of a bottle of 100 Np Thyroid tablets varies based on the strength of the medication. 100 15mg tablets cost around $45. 30mg tablets cost around $52, 60mg tablets cost around $57, and 90mg tablets cost around $86. You can save on the cost of Np Thyroid by using a Optum Perks discount card. Use the Optum Perks website to print Np Thyroid coupons to use at your local pharmacy. Make Np Thyroid savings even easier by using the Optum Perks mobile app.
Patients who suffer from hyperthyroidism can use Np Thyroid to supplement hormones that are normally produced and controlled by the thyroid gland. These hormones control the body’s metabolism and energy levels. Np Thyroid is a combination of the two medications Levothyroxine and Liothyronine.
Np Thyroid is available in 15mg, 30mg, 60mg, and 90mg tablets. The tablets are taken orally with water on an empty stomach. Exact dosing and timing of the doses should be decided by your physician for your specific condition. Your doctor will generally start you on a low dose of the medication and gradually increase it.
Tell your doctor about all of your allergies, as well as every medication, vitamin, and supplement that you take.
Tell your doctor about your past medical history. Be sure to mention if you have heart disease, angina, coronary artery disease, diabetes, or problems with your adrenal gland.
You should not use Np Thyroid if you have a condition called thyrotoxicosis.
Side effects of Np Thyroid may include temporary hair loss.
Call your doctor immediately if you experience symptoms of an allergic reaction.
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