NP Thyroid vs Armour Thyroid: What’s the Difference? (2022)

NP Thyroid is a thyroid medication which is similar but slightly different than Armour thyroid.

Will switching from Armour to NP make a difference in your body? Will it help with weight loss? Will it prevent hair loss?

The answer is maybe and it has to do with the difference between these medications.

The difference is not big, but sometimes a small difference can manifest as a large change in your symptoms.

This article will help you decide whether or not you should switch medications.

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What is NP Thyroid?

What exactly is NP Thyroid?

NP Thyroid is a relatively new thyroid medication which is available. It has become more popular as it has become harder and harder to get other forms of Natural Desiccated Thyroid medications such as Nature-throid and WP Thyroid.

It's important for you to understand that NP thyroid is another formulation of Natural Desiccated thyroid hormone and medication.

What does that mean?

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It means that it contains the same active ingredients as Armour thyroid but it differs in the type and amount of inactive ingredients.

Both medications are considered natural and both are sourced from animal thyroid glands (porcine-derived).

Both Armour thyroid and NP Thyroid are dosed in the same way with equivalent doses.

That means 60mg of Armour thyroid is equal to 60mg of NP Thyroid.

Each grain of NP Thyroid contains 38mcg of T4 thyroid hormone and 9 mcg of T3 thyroid hormone which is similar to other brands and formulations of NDT (*this is also true of Armour thyroid).

Does that mean that you will react the exact same way if you switch medications?

Not exactly and that's part of the point of this article.

In fact, sometimes simply switching from one type of thyroid medication to another (even if it's in the same class of medications) can dramatically improve your symptoms.

Much of this has to do with how your body tolerates the inactive ingredients and how well they are absorbed into your bloodstream from the intestines (1).

NP thyroid has fewer inactive ingredients when compared to Armour thyroid which may influence this absorption.

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What's the Difference Between NP Thyroid and Armour Thyroid?

NP thyroid is worth considering especially if you are currently using Armour thyroid due to several important reasons:

#1. It is slightly cheaper when compared to Armour Thyroid.

And #2. It contains fewer inactive ingredients than Armour Thyroid.

The number and type of inactive ingredients found inside of medications are actually quite important because some medications contain starches or plant produces that can cause digestive issues.

Other medications (such as Synthroid) contain lactose products (2) which can cause reactions if you suffer from lactose intolerance!

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So how does Armour Thyroid differ from NP thyroid?

Ingredient list of Armour Thyroid includes:

Armour thyroid contains 2 active ingredients (thyroid hormones) and 5 inactive ingredients.

The two inactive ingredients that may cause issues for most people include the starch and microcrystalline cellulose.

These can be difficult to digest in some individuals, especially if they suffer from low stomach acid or other digestive issues.

I've had many patients who simply switch from one brand of NDT to another and find that they get almost immediate relief from their symptoms.

This doesn't happen in everyone but it's always worth considering.

NP Thyroid Ingredient List

Ingredient list of NP thyroid includes:

NP thyroid has a total of 2 active ingredients and 4 inactive ingredients. Even though NP and Armour differ only by 1 inactive ingredient that may still cause quite a bit of difference in certain people.

If you react to the inactive ingredients then you may suffer from unexplained side effects such as dizziness, headaches, rashes, stomach pain, gas or bloating after taking your thyroid medication.

These symptoms can be confusing, especially if you aren't sure if you are being dosed correctly, but they may be a sign that you are reacting to the inactive ingredients in your medication.

Cost of NP Thyroid

The cash price of NP thyroid is right around $14 - $15 per month.

Most insurances will cover it but in case yours doesn't you can use a tool like goodrx.com to help reduce the price by using cash coupons.

I generally compare the cash price of medications here so that you get an idea of what they cost on a monthly basis.

The prices of medication will vary slightly based upon your location but it shouldn't be much more than $15 per month of the 30mg tablets (1/2 grain).

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How does that compare to Armour Thyroid?

The cash price of Armour thyroid is almost double with a monthly cost of $26 - $27 for a 30 day supply of 30mg tablets.

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If you find that your prescription cost is climbing steadily over a period of months to years then it may be a good idea to consider switching from Armour to NP thyroid.

NP Thyroid and Weight Loss

Does NP thyroid cause weight loss and will it help you?

(Video) Armour Thyroid versus Synthroid

The answer is that it really depends.

If you are already on Armour thyroid and interested in switching to NP thyroid then it probably will not help with weight loss significantly.

If, on the other hand, you are taking Synthroid or levothyroxine and you want to switch over then it might help.

Why is that?

It has to do with the thyroid hormone content in each tablet of medication.

NP thyroid contains a combination of both T4 and T3 in the ratios described above.

The real benefit of using these medications stems from the fact that T3 is included in them.

Studies have shown that weight loss, especially in thyroid patients, is heavily influenced by both the free T3 and total T3 levels.

The higher your free T3 and total T3, the more likely you are to not only lose weight but to also keep it off (3).

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The easiest way to increase both your free T3 and total T3 is with the use of thyroid medications which contain pure T3.

This includes NP thyroid but also other medications such as Cytomel and liothyronine.

Another strategy to increase your free T3 is by using natural therapies which can help enhance thyroid conversion.

Therapies such as certain supplements, managing inflammation, and taking botanicals can help. I've written about how to do this naturally in this 8 step guide which you can learn more about here.

NP Thyroid Side Effects

All thyroid medications can potentially cause negative side effects.

Most of the time, though, these side effects are self-limiting and dose-dependent.

What does that mean?

It means that if you reduce your dose these side effects tend to go away. And some side effects tend to go away on their own even without manipulating your dose.

The most concerning side effects, from a patient perspective, include increased hair loss and heart palpitations.

Both of these tend to be dose-dependent, but hair loss may be directly related to the medication itself.

If you have hair loss while using NP thyroid then you may need to switch to a different medication entirely as this side effect may not go away.

You can learn more about managing hair loss with thyroid disease here.

Potential side effects of using NP thyroid include:

  • Hair loss
  • Heart palpitations
  • Weight loss
  • Tremors
  • Headaches
  • Diarrhea
  • Migraines
  • Stomach pain

If you experience any of these side effects you should reach out to your prescribing Doctor and get your blood drawn.

More serious but rare side effects on NP thyroid include (usually related to a very high dose):

  • Chest pain
  • Shortness of breath
  • Bone loss
  • Heart enlargement

These side effects are quite rare and tend to occur only in susceptible patients. If you experience any of these then you should seek medical attention immediately.

(Video) Levothyroxine or Armour Thyroid for Hypothyroidism (Low Thyroid Symptoms)

Is NP Thyroid Considered Natural or Synthetic?

NP thyroid is considered to be a natural thyroid medication because it is derived from animal thyroid glands.

The hormones contained in this medication were created by the thyroid gland of animals and not in a lab.

Natural thyroid medications (Armour thyroid, Nature-throid, WP thyroid, and NP thyroid) should be differentiated from synthetic medications (Synthroid, levothyroxine, Cytomel, liothyronine, and Tirosint).

Just because NP thyroid is natural does not mean that it is superior to other forms of thyroid medications, however.

Some people do quite well on clean T4 only thyroid medications such as Tirosint, especially when combined with T3 only thyroid medications.

The benefit to using these medications separately is that you can easily titrate your T4 and T3 dose.

If you've tried all of the different types of natural thyroid medications and you still aren't feeling well then you may want to give a cleaner T4 + T3 thyroid medication combination a try.

Final Thoughts and Recommendations

If you are wondering whether or not you should switch from your medication to NP thyroid then I would consider the following questions:

Are you currently happy with your medication? (If the answer is no then you may want to consider switching)

Do you feel that your medication is helping reduce your symptoms? (if the answer is no then you may want to consider switching)

Are you experiencing symptoms which may be related to inactive fillers or binders? (if the answer is yes then you may want to consider switching)

Are you happy with the current price of your medication? (if the answer is no then you may want to consider switching)

Depending on how you answered these questions you may want to consider altering your medication.

As long as you switch our your medication for an equivalent dose (which is easy if you are on Armour thyroid) then there shouldn't be a problem with the transition.

If you don't experience any positive benefit after a 2 month trial on the new medication then you can simply switch back.

But, on the other hand, if you experience a positive change then it may be worth sticking with it.

Not everyone will experience a positive change when or if they switch, but it's always worth a shot, especially when your health is on the line.

Now I want to hear from you:

Are you currently taking NP thyroid?

Are you considering switching from whatever you are taking to NP thyroid?

What is holding you back?

Leave your questions or comments below!

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FAQs

Is NP thyroid same as Armour Thyroid? ›

NP Thyroid and Armour Thyroid are two different brands of natural thyroid hormone tablets. Both products are made using dried ground thyroid glands from pigs and contain a combination of two thyroid hormones, triiodothyronine (T3 liothyronine) and tetraiodothyronine (T4 levothyroxine) in the same proportion.

Why do doctors not prescribe Armour Thyroid? ›

Armour Thyroid is the most common desiccated thyroid. It comes from pigs and is a mix of both thyroid hormones, triiodothyronine (T3) and thyroxine (T4). There are few clinical trials on Armour Thyroid, meaning it has not been studied well. Additionally, and importantly, the FDA has not approved it for use.

What is the best alternative to Armour Thyroid? ›

  • Levoxyl.
  • Nature-Throid.
  • Cytomel.
  • Tirosint.
  • Liothyronine.
  • Euthyrox.

What's the best natural thyroid medication? ›

The most pure form of a natural thyroid medication is WP Thyroid used to be called Westhroid Pure. WP Thyroid is gluten and corn free with no artificial colors and only contains three other ingredients inulin (from chicory root), medium chain triglycerides and Lactose Monohydrate.

Is NP thyroid cheaper than Armour Thyroid? ›

Armour Thyroid is the most expensive brand of desiccated thyroid extract, but other DTE brands like Nature-Throid, NP Thyroid, and WP Thyroid are comparable or cost less than brand names of levothyroxine.

Why is Armour Thyroid not FDA approved? ›

Like any drug containing DTE, Armour Thyroid has not been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), due to a lack of evidence that it is safe and effective for the treatment of hypothyroidism.

Which is better Synthroid or Armour Thyroid? ›

The American Thyroid Association along with other international thyroid organizations agree that Synthroid is the most effective treatment option. There is no strong evidence to suggest Armour Thyroid or a combination therapy of synthetic T4 and T3 produce better results than Synthroid in most people (1).

Does coffee interfere with Armour Thyroid? ›

In studies, coffee reduced the body's absorption of thyroid medications by about 30%. That's why experts recommend that you wait at least 60 minutes after drinking coffee to take your thyroid replacement medication.

Can you switch from Armour Thyroid to NP thyroid? ›

The answer is that it really depends. If you are already on Armour thyroid and interested in switching to NP thyroid then it probably will not help with weight loss significantly. If, on the other hand, you are taking Synthroid or levothyroxine and you want to switch over then it might help.

What is the most effective thyroid medication? ›

The most common treatment is levothyroxine (Levoxyl, Synthroid, Tirosint, Unithroid, Unithroid Direct), a man-made version of the thyroid hormone thyroxine (T4). It acts just like the hormone your thyroid gland normally makes. The right dose can make you feel a lot better.

What can I take instead of NP for thyroid? ›

Armour Thyroid, Cytomel, Thyrolar, Synthroid, and Levoxyl are some levothyroxine alternatives. Get the full list here. Levothyroxine is a generic thyroid hormone medication used to treat an underactive thyroid (hypothyroidism).

How can I boost my thyroid naturally? ›

Thyroid Superfoods
  1. Roasted seaweed. Seaweed, such as kelp, nori, and wakame, are naturally rich in iodine--a trace element needed for normal thyroid function. ...
  2. Salted nuts. Brazil nuts, macadamia nuts, and hazelnuts are excellent sources of selenium, which helps support healthy thyroid function. ...
  3. Baked fish. ...
  4. Dairy. ...
  5. Fresh eggs.
11 Jan 2018

What are the side effects of NP thyroid? ›

NP-Thyroid may cause serious side effects including:
  • fast or irregular heartbeats,
  • hair loss,
  • muscle pain,
  • nervousness,
  • tremor,
  • diarrhea, and.
  • cramps.

Can you survive without a thyroid and no medication? ›

Thyroid disease is common, and in some cases may require removal of your thyroid (thyroidectomy). Fortunately, you can live without your thyroid. You will need long-term thyroid hormone replacement therapy to give you the hormone your thyroid normally produces.

Has NP thyroid been recalled? ›

On April 30, 2021, Acella Pharmaceuticals voluntarily recalled 38 lots of NP Thyroid® (thyroid tablets, USP), in 100- and 7-count bottles, because testing found these lots to be subpotent. The product may have as low as 90% of the labeled amount of liothyronine (T3) and/or levothyroxine (T4).

Is Armour Thyroid a T3 or T4? ›

Armour Thyroid contains both thyroxine (T4) and tri-iodothyronine (T3) extracted from the thyroid gland of pigs. One grain, about 60 mg, of desiccated pig thyroid extract contains about 38mcg of T4 and 9mcg of T3, a ratio of around 4 to 1.

Can I take NP thyroid at night? ›

Yes, you can take your thyroid medication at night, as long as you are taking it on an empty stomach.

Does Armour Thyroid cause hair loss? ›

Common side effects of Armour Thyroid include: hair loss during the first few months of treatment.

What happens when you stop taking Armour Thyroid? ›

Skipping or stopping your antithyroid medication or thyroid hormone replacement will lead to undesirable and possibly dangerous effects. Not taking your medication also increases your risk of fatal conditions like myxedema coma if you are hypothyroid, and thyroid storm if you are hyperthyroid.

Does Armour Thyroid cause weight gain? ›

Weight gain is an uncommon side effect of Armour Thyroid but may occur if the dosage of Armour Thyroid is not supplementing your low thyroid levels enough. It is not uncommon for people with low thyroid levels to lose up to 10% of their body weight when starting thyroid medications, such as Armour Thyroid.

Does Armour Thyroid cause anxiety? ›

But thyroid pills (Armour Thyroid, Nature-Throid, NP Thyroid) used to treat this condition, called hypothyroidism, can trigger anxiety, shakiness, and hyperactivity.

Is 60 mg of Armour Thyroid a lot? ›

Most patients require 60 to 120 mg/day. Failure to respond to doses of 180 mg suggests lack of compliance or malabsorption. Maintenance dosages 60 to 120 mg/day usually result in normal serum T4 and T3 levels. Adequate therapy usually results in normal TSH and T4 levels after 2 to 3 weeks of therapy.

What vitamins should not be taken with thyroid medication? ›

Vitamins and supplements

“You should also avoid any drugs or supplements that contain iron, calcium, or magnesium for at least four hours after taking your thyroid medications,” says Dr. Jaiswal. That also includes multivitamins that contain these minerals.

Can I take vitamin D with thyroid medication? ›

Vitamin D is often taken sublingually and is recommended to be taken away from your thyroid medication. If you are taking an immunosuppressant medication, please consult your doctor or practitioner.

Can Armour Thyroid cause heart problems? ›

Taking too much Armour Thyroid can cause overdose symptoms that include: A racing heart. Chest pain. Shortness of breath.

Why does Armour Thyroid make me tired? ›

Armour Thyroid is unlikely to make you tired or sleepy. Tiredness is a symptom of low thyroid levels (hypothyroidism) and if you still feel tired while taking Armour Thyroid then you should talk to your doctor because you may need the dosage of Armour Thyroid increased.

When should I take Armour Thyroid morning or night? ›

Some people do say they feel best when they take it at night. Perhaps they are slow metabolizers. Dessicated thyroid (Armour, Nature-throid, WP-thyroid, Westhroid, NP thyroid): These medications are short acting (think 6-8 hours) so they are best taken in the during the waking hours.

Can I stop taking Armour Thyroid cold turkey? ›

Do not suddenly stop taking this medicine without first checking with your doctor. Your doctor may want you or your child to gradually reduce the amount you are using before stopping completely. Make sure any doctor or dentist who treats you knows that you or your child are using this medicine.

Does Armour Thyroid help with weight loss? ›

NOT FOR WEIGHT LOSS

Armour Thyroid (thyroid desiccated) shouldn't be used for weight loss. It's not recommended, safe, or effective for this use. Taking high doses of Armour Thyroid (thyroid desiccated) can cause serious or fatal effects especially if used with other medications for weight loss.

Is NP thyroid from pigs? ›

What is NP Thyroid ? NP Thyroid (thyroid tablets) is a natural preparation derived from porcine thyroid glands indicated to treat hypothyroidism (low thyroid hormone) and to treat or prevent goiter (enlarged thyroid gland), and in the management of thyroid cancer.

Does NP thyroid have T3 and T4? ›

NP Thyroid (thyroid tablets, USP) for oral use is a natural preparation derived from porcine thyroid glands. They contain both tetraiodothyronine sodium (T4 levothyroxine) and triiodothyronine sodium (T3 liothyronine) providing 38 mcg levothyroxine (T4) and 9 mcg liothyronine (T3) per grain of thyroid.

What is the new thyroid medication? ›

Levothyroxine is in a class of medications called hormones. It works by replacing thyroid hormone that is normally produced by the body.

How long does it take for Armour Thyroid to start working? ›

Does Armour® Thyroid work immediately? Armour can take 2 to 3 weeks before you feel the full benefit. We recommend re-testing your thyroid levels after eight weeks if you start a new prescription or if you have a change in dose or medication.

What is a dangerously high TSH level? ›

A TSH over 10 mIU/L has been linked to an increased risk of coronary heart disease and heart failure, which is why you'll probably want to seek treatment if your TSH is close to (but still under) that upper limit.

Is Armour Thyroid still available? ›

Common brand names are Armour Thyroid and NP Thyroid — there are no generic versions available. Natural thyroid medications are prescription-only and are taken once daily. Today's natural thyroid medications come from the thyroid glands of pigs.

What vitamins help with thyroid? ›

Iron deficiency is associated with thyroid dysfunction ( 6 ).
  • Other nutrients, including B vitamins and vitamins A and E, are also needed for optimal thyroid function. ...
  • For example, many thyroid supplements contain high amounts of iodine and may contain thyroid hormones.
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What foods make thyroid worse? ›

Here are a few foods to limit or avoid, because they can affect how well your thyroid gland or your thyroid replacement hormone works.
  • Iodine. Your thyroid needs iodine to make its hormones. ...
  • Soy. ...
  • Fiber. ...
  • Cruciferous vegetables. ...
  • Alcohol. ...
  • Gluten. ...
  • Iron and calcium.

Which fruit is good for thyroid? ›

Apples, pears, plums and citrus fruits are abundant with pectins, which help with detoxifying the body of mercury – one of the most critical metals that have been connected to thyroid problems.

Will NP thyroid help lose weight? ›

Normal doses of this medication will not work for. Warnings: This medication should not be used for weight loss. Normal doses of this medication will not work for weight loss, and large doses of this medication may cause serious, possibly fatal side effects, especially when taken with diet pills.

Why does NP thyroid cause weight gain? ›

When your thyroid makes less of its hormones — as it does in hypothyroidism — your metabolism slows down. So you won't burn off calories as quickly and you'll gain weight. The weight gain usually isn't extreme, maybe 5 or 10 pounds, but it can be enough to affect your self-esteem.

Is 60 mg of NP thyroid a lot? ›

For the treatment of hypothyroidism: Adults—At first, 30 milligrams (mg) once a day. Then, your doctor may increase your dose a little at a time up to the usual maintenance dose of 60 to 120 mg a day. A lower starting dose of 15 mg/day may be given to patients for certain conditions.

Can you get disability for thyroid removal? ›

To qualify for disability benefits, your thyroid gland disorder has to be severe enough to make you permanently and completely disability. Benefits are not available for partial disability.

What does a thyroid storm feel like? ›

Common signs and symptoms of thyroid storm include: Having a high fever — a temperature between 104 degrees to 106 degrees Fahrenheit is common. Having a rapid heart rate (tachycardia) that can exceed 140 beats per minute. Feeling agitated, irritable and/or anxious.

Is thyroid surgery a major surgery? ›

A thyroidectomy is a treatment for a variety of conditions of the thyroid gland. A thyroidectomy is a common but major surgery with serious risks and potential complications. There may be less invasive treatment options available to you. A doctor can advise you if this is the case.

Is there another name for NP thyroid? ›

The generic version of Np Thyroid is thyroid desiccated.

What is the generic name for Armour Thyroid? ›

There is currently no generic for Armour Thyroid (thyroid desiccated), so it can be expensive, even with insurance.

Is there a generic form of Armour Thyroid? ›

This drug is more popular than comparable drugs. There are currently no generic alternatives for Armour Thyroid. It is not covered by most Medicare and insurance plans, but manufacturer and pharmacy coupons can help offset the cost.

What is NP thyroid? ›

NP Thyroid (thyroid tablets) is a natural preparation derived from porcine thyroid glands indicated to treat hypothyroidism (low thyroid hormone) and to treat or prevent goiter (enlarged thyroid gland), and in the management of thyroid cancer.

Can NP thyroid help you lose weight? ›

Normal doses of this medication will not work for. Warnings: This medication should not be used for weight loss. Normal doses of this medication will not work for weight loss, and large doses of this medication may cause serious, possibly fatal side effects, especially when taken with diet pills.

What happens when you stop taking NP thyroid? ›

When your doctor asks you to stop your thyroid medication, your hormone level will decrease significantly, and this may lead to signs and symptoms of acute hypothyroidism. Weakness, lethargy, cold intolerance, paleness, dry skin, coarse hair, and constipation can occur with acute hypothyroidism.

Can you drink coffee with NP thyroid? ›

In studies, coffee reduced the body's absorption of thyroid medications by about 30%. That's why experts recommend that you wait at least 60 minutes after drinking coffee to take your thyroid replacement medication.

Does Armour Thyroid cause hair loss? ›

Common side effects of Armour Thyroid include: hair loss during the first few months of treatment.

Which is better Synthroid or Armour Thyroid? ›

The American Thyroid Association along with other international thyroid organizations agree that Synthroid is the most effective treatment option. There is no strong evidence to suggest Armour Thyroid or a combination therapy of synthetic T4 and T3 produce better results than Synthroid in most people (1).

What are the side effects of NP thyroid? ›

NP-Thyroid may cause serious side effects including:
  • fast or irregular heartbeats,
  • hair loss,
  • muscle pain,
  • nervousness,
  • tremor,
  • diarrhea, and.
  • cramps.

Is 60 mg of Armour Thyroid a lot? ›

Most patients require 60 to 120 mg/day. Failure to respond to doses of 180 mg suggests lack of compliance or malabsorption. Maintenance dosages 60 to 120 mg/day usually result in normal serum T4 and T3 levels. Adequate therapy usually results in normal TSH and T4 levels after 2 to 3 weeks of therapy.

Is Armour Thyroid a T3 or T4? ›

Armour Thyroid contains both thyroxine (T4) and tri-iodothyronine (T3) extracted from the thyroid gland of pigs. One grain, about 60 mg, of desiccated pig thyroid extract contains about 38mcg of T4 and 9mcg of T3, a ratio of around 4 to 1.

What are the side effects of too much Armour Thyroid? ›

Tell your doctor right away if any of these unlikely but serious effects of high thyroid hormone levels occur: increased sweating, sensitivity to heat, mental/mood changes (such as nervousness, mood swings), tiredness, diarrhea, shaking (tremor), headache, shortness of breath.

Is the NP thyroid medicine good? ›

NP Thyroid has an average rating of 3.1 out of 10 from a total of 112 ratings for the treatment of Underactive Thyroid. 22% of reviewers reported a positive experience, while 75% reported a negative experience.

Is 60 mg of NP thyroid a lot? ›

For the treatment of hypothyroidism: Adults—At first, 30 milligrams (mg) once a day. Then, your doctor may increase your dose a little at a time up to the usual maintenance dose of 60 to 120 mg a day. A lower starting dose of 15 mg/day may be given to patients for certain conditions.

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