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Thyroid General Information

Thyroid is part of a class of medications called thyroid agents. Thyroid agents are drugs that replace the hormone thyroid, which the body typically produces naturally. The drug Thyroid (desiccated thyroid) is used to treat conditions such as hypothyroidism and goiter. It is also sometimes used in diagnostic tests for thyroid disorders.

How does Thyroid work & What does it do?

Thyroid is a replacement hormone for the naturally-produced thyroid hormone in the body. Thyroid hormone is produced by the thyroid gland.

The body's thyroid gland is important to metabolism, the chemical process in the body which produces and uses energy. The body's metabolism is regulated by the thyroid gland, pituitary gland, and the hypothalamus. It is in the cells of the body where energy is actually produced and consumed. Thyroid hormones help enzymes and electrolytes pass into cells, and they assist the process of energy production in the mitochondria. Thyroid hormones also have an effect on how the body uses electrolytes, proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins, fats, and water. They also play a part in regulating the immune response of the body.

When/How is Thyroid taken/used/applied?

Thyroid comes in the form of a tablet and is to be taken by mouth. It is normally taken once a day before breakfast and should be taken at the same time every day. Follow the directions on the prescription label and take Thyroid exactly as directed. If a dose is missed, take it as soon as possible. If it is close to the regularly scheduled dose, then take this dose instead. Do not take two doses to make up for a missed dose. Consult your doctor is you miss two or more doses in a row.

Side Effects of Thyroid

Common side effects that may occur with Thyroid include the following:

  • weight loss
  • nausea
  • vomiting
  • diarrhea
  • stomach cramping
  • headache
  • uncontrolled shaking of parts of the body
  • anxiety
  • hyperactivity
  • irritability
  • sudden changes in mood
  • difficulty sleeping or falling asleep
  • flushed skin
  • fever
  • muscle weakness
  • increased appetite
  • change in menstrual cycle in women
  • temporary hair loss, which may be more prominent in children

More serious side effects that may occur include the following. Contact your doctor immediately if you experience any of these symptoms.

  • difficulty breathing
  • difficulty swallowing
  • chest pain
  • irregular or rapid heartbeat
  • rash
  • swelling of the mouth, face, lips, or tongue
  • swelling of the hands, feet, ankles, or lower legs
  • excessive sweating
  • nervousness
  • sensitivity or intolerance to heat
  • seizure
  • any other unusual symptoms

Other Brand Names for Thyroid:

The drug Thyroid generally comes in several forms:
Generic: Thyroid (desiccated thyroid)

Brand Names:
Armour Thyroid
Thyroid Strong

Safety Information:

This medication is not intended for the treatment of obesity or weight problems in patients who have normal thyroid function. It is not effective for weight reduction and can cause serious or life-threatening toxicity, which may be especially apparent when the medication is taken with amphetamines or methamphetamine. Symptoms of thyroid toxicity include pounding heartbeat, chest pain, nervousness, feeling hot, and sweating more than usual.

This medication also should not be taken if you have the thyroid disorder thyrotoxicosis or if you have problems with the adrenal gland that are not being properly controlled with treatment.

If you have any of the following conditions, consult your doctor prior to taking Thyroid. You may need specific testing done beforehand to safely use this drug, or you may need dosing adjustments.

  • chest pain (angina)
  • heart disease
  • coronary artery disease
  • congestive heart failure
  • diabetes

Contact your doctor if you become pregnant while on Thyroid or plan on becoming pregnant. If you are breast-feeding, discontinue use of this medication and discuss with your doctor, as tiny amounts of the drug may pass into breast milk and your dose may need to be adjusted.


The dosage of Thyroid needed is determined by indication and is considered individually based upon laboratory tests and patient response.

Form Strength< br/>Thyroid

  • (desiccated thyroid) tablet 30 mg
  • tablet 60 mg
  • tablet 125 mg

Armour Thyroid tablet

  • 15 mg (1/4 gr)
  • tablet 30 mg (1/2 gr)
  • tablet 60 mg (1 gr)
  • tablet 90 mg (1 gr)
  • tablet 120 mg (2 gr)
  • tablet 180 mg (3 gr)
  • tablet 240 mg ( 4 gr)
  • tablet 300 mg (5 gr)

Nature-throid/Westhroid tablet

  • 16.25 mg (1/4 gr)
  • tablet 32.5 mg (1/2 gr)
  • tablet 65 mg (1 gr)
  • tablet 130 mg (2 gr)
  • tablet 195 mg (3 gr)

S-P-T capsules

  • 60 mg (1 gr)
  • capsules 120 mg (2 gr)
  • capsules 180 mg (3 gr)
  • capsules 300 (5 gr)

Thyrar tablet

  • 30 mg (1/2 gr)
  • tablet 60 mg (1 gr)
  • tablet 120 mg (2 gr)

Thyroid Strong tablet

  • 30 mg (1/2 gr)
  • tablet 60 mg (1 gr)
  • tablet 120 mg (2 gr)
  • tablet 180 mg (3 gr)

Visual Description:

Thyroid tablets are light tan colored, round, with convex surfaces. They have a characteristic odor and are imprinted on one side with a company logo and/or identification numbers/letters.

What Others Are Saying About thyroid:

Jeff Hillyer on Thursday September 25, 2008

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