The compounding of Armour is now different is westhroid the same ?

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30 Jul 2010

Armour Thyroid and Westhroid are "natural" thyroid replacement medications that are available by prescription. They are both made from ground up thyroid glands of pigs and contains two different thyroid hormones T3 and T4.

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