I'm scheduled to have a total thyroidectomy on Jan. 2,2015 and my ENT told me that I'd be on thyroid hormone replacement medication for the rest of my life so my question is--which is cheaper Synthroid or Armour? I'm only on Medicare. I don't have any insurance.
Don't you have any part D? It appears that in my area at least the armour thyroid is much cheaper. There are coupons that bring it down to 12-15 dollars. When you get medications if you check with all your pharmacies you may find a cheaper price. Pharmacies have a vast difference in pricing. All you have to do to get coupons is google the med and the word coupons or discounts and you'll find them. There are also discount cards you can use for all your medications, there is one here, below the questions, and other sites have them too.
- Synthroid Information for Consumers
- Synthroid Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Synthroid (detailed)
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