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    Thyroid 30mg (0.5grs)

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    Thyroid 60mg (1grs)

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    Thyroid 125mg

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    * ERFA Thyroid is supplied in bottles of 500. For orders of less than 500, we will dispense the pills in vials.***Current stock has expiry date of July 2017***
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General Information on Thyroid

Thyroid is a natural hormonal medicine used for treating hypothyroidism. The generic name of this medication is Desiccated Thyroid, and it is part of the group of therapeutic natural hormones. Thyroid is an oral tablet that works by replacing or providing more thyroid hormone to the body. In this way, your normal physical and mental activity is maintained. Sometimes, this drug can also be used for treating or preventing goiter, or as a part of thyroid disorder medications. It can also be used for treating infertility caused due to low thyroid hormone in the body.

Side Effects for Thyroid

Hair loss may take place during the first few months of starting Thyroid treatment, but this will subside as soon as you stop the treatment or your body gets used to the drug. Some serious but rarely reported side effects of Thyroid include sensitivity to heat, increased sweating, nervousness, mood swings, mental or mood changes, tiredness, shaking or tremors, headache, diarrhea, and difficulty in breathing. These side effects are experienced when the thyroid level in your body becomes too high. You should seek immediate medical help if you experience seizures, swelling in the ankles, feet or hands, chest pain, or irregular heartbeat.

An allergy to Thyroid is characterized by rashes, hives, severe dizziness, breathing problems and swollen lips, tongue, throat or face. If you develop any of these symptoms, you should stop taking the medication immediately and seek medical attention.


Before you buy Thyroid, you should tell your doctor if you have an allergy to it or to any pork products. You should also inform him/her if you have a high blood pressure or any heart disease, decreased adrenal gland function, diabetes, or coronary artery disease. If you are going to undergo a surgery or dental procedure, you should tell your surgeon or dentist that you are taking this drug. Thyroid is safe to be taken by pregnant women, but some dosage adjustments may be required. It also passes into breast milk, but it is not known to cause any harm to the nursing baby.

In order to ensure that Thyroid is working effectively, your doctor will need to take regular blood tests. Therefore, you should not miss scheduled appointments with the doctor.

Thyroid Dosage

Thyroid 30mg, 60mg, and 125mg tablets are available in the market. The dosage prescribed to you depends on your medical condition and response to the treatment. You may have to take the pill orally on an empty stomach half an hour before breakfast. You may be asked to take the pill at almost the same time every day.


Certain drugs like colestipol, cholestyramine, antacids, simethicone, sucralfate, sodium polystyrene sulfonate, orlistat, and calcium carbonate can decrease the thyroid hormone absorbed by your body. If you need to take any of these medicines, you should take them before or after at least 4 hours of taking Thyroid. Other drugs that may interact with Thyroid include blood thinners, drugs for treating diabetes, and estrogen-containing products such as birth control pills and infertility medicines.

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