If you’re looking for a minimal-ingredient, natural hormone replacement treatment for hypothyroidism, you have come to the right place. WP Thyroid is simply pure, all-natural and consistent. If your underactive thyroid is keeping you from feeling your best, WP Thyroid may be your solution.
The benefits of WP Thyroid include:
Take WP Thyroid in the morning on an empty stomach 30-60 minutes prior to food or caffeine with an 8 oz glass of water unless otherwise instructed by your physician. If you’ve already eaten, this medication can be taken two hours after consumption with an 8 oz glass of water, after which you must wait 30-60 minutes before consuming food or caffeine.
Some medications and supplements may lower the effectiveness of WP Thyroid when taken together, so it is important to take WP Thyroid at least one hour before any other medication.
Calcium supplements, iron products, or antacids must be taken four hours apart. Some foods may cause your body to absorb less WP Thyroid, including walnuts, infant soy formula, cottonseed meal, and high-fiber foods. Talk to your doctor about adjusting your dose if you consume these foods. Always follow these guidelines unless otherwise instructed by your physician. Keep out of reach of pets and children.
WP Thyroid is available in 8 strengths. These vary from ¼ grain (16.25 mg) to 2 grains (130 mg).
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¼ Grain (16.25 mg)
9.5 mcg T4, 2.25 mcg T3
½ Grain (32.5 mg)
19 mcg T4, 4.5 mcg T3
¾ Grain (48.75 mg)
28.5 mcg T4, 6.75 mcg T3
1 Grain (65 mg)
38 mcg T4, 9 mcg T3
1 ¼ Grain (81.25 mg)
47.5 mcg T4, 11.25 mcg T3
1 ½ Grain (97.5 mg)
57 mcg T4, 13.5 mcg T3
1 ¾ Grain (113.75 mg)
66.5 mcg T4, 15.75 mcg T3
2 Grain (130 mg)
76 mcg T4, 18 mcg T3
As with any prescription medication, talk to your doctor about any existing medical conditions, and let your doctor know immediately if you experience any side effects.
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Warnings: Don’t Take For
Use WP Thyroid® and Nature-Throid® exactly as prescribed. Unless otherwise directed by your doctor, do not stop taking either medication or alter how often it’s taken. Many factors can contribute to the length of time symptoms are alleviated, though generally people feel an improvement within a few weeks. For some, though, improvement in symptoms may take up to three months. Your doctor will determine which dose is right for you. If any life changes or new symptoms occur, consult your doctor to adjust your dose. Continue to see your doctor until your dosage levels prove stable based on your lab work, then continue to see your doctor at their request. Thyroid replacement therapy is usually taken for life.