A FREE WEBINAR SERIES FOR PEOPLE WITH HYPOTHYROIDISM

Levothyroxine is the third most prescribed drug in the United States, and the most commonly-prescribed treatment for hypothyroidism. In this free Levothyroxine Deep Dive, created by patient advocate and best-selling author Mary Shomon, you'll learn everything you need to know about living well and feeling well when taking levothyroxine.

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  • The Three Forms of Levothyroxine

  • Levothyroxine Manufacturers

  • What's In Your Levothyroxine: Excipients and Dyes

  • Potency Issues with Levothyroxine

  • Generic Levothyroxine Challenges

  • Do You Need a Brand Name Levothyroxine?

  • When to Switch Brands

  • When to Switch from Tablets to Tirosint®

  • How are Drugs Distributed and Priced?

  • Saving with Manufacturer Programs

  • Copay Cards and Coupons

  • Patient Assistance Programs

  • Insurance Copayments and Tiers

  • Pharmacy/Grocery/Retailer Discount Programs

  • Outside Coupon and Discount Programs

  • Mail Order Pharmacies

  • Retail/Cash Prices

  • Multi-Month Refills

  • Saving on Brand Name and Generic Levothyroxine

  • You are taking any form of levothyroxine -- Levoxyl®, Synthroid®, Tirosint®, Tirosint®-SOL, Unithroid®, or generic levothyroxine -- and you still don't feel well.

  • Your thyroid levels keep fluctuating.

  • Your thyroid levels are not lowering, even with increasing doses

  • You are lactose intolerant, have seasonal allergies/hay fever, gluten sensitivity, iodine sensitivity, gastrointestinal or digestive illnesses. 

  • Your diet is very high in fiber, or soy foods and supplements.

  • You eat breakfast, or drink coffee or milk around the same time as you take your levothyroxine .

  • You take a proton pump inhibitor drug, antacid, calcium, or iron

  • You can't afford your copay -- or the cash price -- for Synthroid or Tirosint/Tirosint
  • Your pharmacy is substituting generic levothyroxine tablets – or lower-cost brands  -- for more expensive brands

  • Your pharmacy doesn't have Tirosint®/Tirosint®-SOL in stock

  • You optimized every aspect of your levothyroxine treatment, and you still don’t feel well

This 93-page downloadable PDF book covers:

PART 1: YOUR LEVOTHYROXINE OPTIONS

Levothyroxine Overview
How to Take Levothyroxine 
Excipients and Dyes
Potency Issues
Finding the Right Levothyroxine

PART 2:  COSTS AND SAVINGS

Drug Distribution and Pricing 
Prescription Drug Pricing
How Manufacturer Programs Can Help You Save
Retailer Discount Programs
Outside Coupon/Discount Programs
Mail Order Pharmacies
Paying Retail/Cash Prices
Multi-Month Refills
Splitting Tablets

PART 3: SOLVING YOUR LEVOTHYROXINE CHALLENGES

The Biggest Challenges with Levothyroxine

Common Challenges with Levothyroxine Tablets 
Food, Supplement, and Medication Issues with Levothyroxine Tablets

Cost and Affordability Issues

Pharmacy Problems

Nothing is Working!
 

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Right click book cover, or click here, to download your copy of "The Complete Guide to Levothyroxine."

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The Levothyroxine Deep Dive program is copyright © 2020, Mary Shomon. All rights reserved.

Levoxyl®, Synthroid®, Tirosint®, Tirosint-SOL®, and Unithroid® are registered trademarks. Product images and logos used with permission. 

Disclaimer: 

Mary Shomon does not provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.

 

The contents of this video and material contained on the website ("content") are for informational purposes only. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have learned from this video or site.

If you think you may have a medical emergency, call your doctor or 911 immediately. Mary Shomon does not recommend or endorse any specific tests, physicians, products, procedures, opinions, or other information that may be mentioned. Reliance on any information provided by Mary Shomon is solely at your own risk.