Armour Thyroid Medication

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Judy Power Says:

I am trying to find a listing of the inert ingredients in Armour thyroid medicine

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bjwcounselor Says:

Why is it so important to find the ingredients in a medication that has helped millions of people for many years? I have taken this medication for 25 years without any complications or side effects. Why isn't that enough for doctors? Don't they listen to their patients anymore. Are you a doctor or just a person I'm dumping on.

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sunshine Says:

Is ArmourThyroid meds is it better than Levothyroxine ???

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Verwon Says:

Sunshine, there is really no way to say, since we are all different, it is really a matter of trial and error to discover what medication works for you, without causing unwanted side effects that make you miserable.

The FDA warns that they both may cause similar side effects, such as nausea, headache, weight changes, hair loss, and mood changes.

As to the inactive ingredients, can you please post back with the markings on the tablets in question, and/or the dosage?

Are you on any other medications?

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