How it works
Get started by filling out the online enrollment application to find out if you are eligible for assistance.
NiceRx verifies your eligibility for medication assistance and notifies you if you are pre-qualified. The pharmaceutical company provides your medication for free, and you only pay our service fee.
We will request documents to be submitted by you and your healthcare provider that are required by the pharmaceutical company to complete your enrollment.
Once approved, the pharmaceutical company typically ships a 90-day supply of medication to your home or healthcare provider’s address. Final acceptance is determined by the pharmaceutical company.
Have you been prescribed Tirosinta and are looking for a solution to get your prescription at a price you can afford? With our help, you may be able to get your Tirosint for just $49 per month*.
NiceRx works directly with your healthcare provider to help you enroll in patient assistance programs for prescription medications. Simply apply online to find out your eligibility for the Tirosint patient assistance program. We handle the full application process for you, helping you get easy and affordable access to the medications you need.
Your monthly Tirosint cost savings if eligible
Those that are successfully enrolled in the program will have significant savings every month on the price of their medication. You could receive your Tirosint prescription for a flat fee of just $49 per month. You could save:
|Strength||Avg. monthly price at
a US pharmacy
|75mcg 30 capsules||$140.00||$49.00||$91.00|
|50mcg 30 capsules||$140.00||$49.00||$91.00|
|100mcg 30 capsules||$140.00||$49.00||$91.00|
|88mcg 30 capsules||$140.00||$49.00||$91.00|
|125mcg 30 capsules||$140.00||$49.00||$91.00|
|150mcg 30 capsules||$140.00||$49.00||$91.00|
|112mcg 30 capsules||$140.00||$49.00||$91.00|
|25mcg 30 capsules||$140.00||$49.00||$91.00|
|137mcg 30 capsules||$140.00||$49.00||$91.00|
|13mcg 30 capsules||$140.00||$49.00||$91.00|
|175mcg 30 capsules||$140.00||$49.00||$91.00|
|200mcg 30 capsules||$140.00||$49.00||$91.00|
Am I eligible for the Tirosint patient assistance program?
If you meet the eligibility criteria for Tirosint assistance, you could receive your Tirosint without paying the full retail price. To find out your eligibility, apply with us online. Once you submit your application, we will check to see if you are eligible for assistance. Eligibility criteria is set by the program. It’s important to note the factors that are considered by most programs include:
- I am a permanent, legal resident of the United States or Puerto Rico
- I am uninsured or my insurance doesn’t cover my medication
- I meet certain income eligibility requirements
How do I apply for the Tirosint patient assistance program?
We do everything we can to make it as easy as possible to apply for the Tirosint patient assistance program. Our process is simple and straightforward. You can begin by submitting your enrollment application through our website. To complete the application, you will need to tell us about any medications you’re taking, including Tirosint. We’ll also ask for details about your healthcare provider, your insurance plan, and your household income.
We will review your application and if we determine that you may be eligible for Tirosint assistance, we’ll handle the full application process for you. We also request your Tirosint medication refills on your behalf for up to one year, once you are successfully enrolled in the program.
Is NiceRx a Tirosint coupons provider?
We are not a Tirosint coupon, a Tirosint discount card, or a Tirosint copay card provider. NiceRx is a service provider that helps eligible individuals access the Tirosint patient assistance program. This is likely to be the most affordable way to secure your essential medication, compared to printable Tirosint manufacturer coupons, Tirosint discounts, rebates, Tirosint savings cards, trial offers, or free Tirosint samples. Remember you will only ever pay $49 per month.
Can NiceRx help me get Tirosint if I have insurance?
If your insurance company won’t pay for your Tirosint medication, or you have a high copay or coinsurance responsibility, we may be able to help. This may even be the case if you don’t have insurance or your Medicare plan doesn’t cover Tirosint. Apply online to find out more.
How much is Tirosint with insurance?
The terms of your healthcare plan will determine how much you will need to pay for Tirosint with insurance. Speak to your insurance provider or pharmacist to find out more.
How much does Tirosint cost without insurance?
Tirosint prices without insurance will vary depending on whether you buy Tirosint oral capsules or the oral solutions, and where you buy your Tirosint from. As a guide, a box of 30 Tirosint oral capsules will cost around $190. With NiceRx you’ll always pay a flat monthly fee of $49.
What is Tirosint?
If you have a condition called hypothyroidism, also called an underactive thyroid, your thyroid gland may not produce enough of a hormone called thyroxine. This can make you feel tired and cold and can cause depression and weight gain. It can affect your memory and concentration, make you short of breath, and can cause heavy menstrual periods in women. Having an underactive thyroid gland can lower your quality of life.
One way to treat hypothyroidism is hormone replacement therapy where the natural levels of the hormone are topped up with synthetic hormones. This is what Tirosint does. It contains a synthetic version of the natural hormone thyroxine, called levothyroxine sodium. This helps to boost your hormone levels, providing relief from your symptoms. Tirosint can be taken by adults and children over the age of six years old.
Tirosint active ingredients
The active ingredient in Tirosint is called levothyroxine sodium. It’s a synthetic (man-made) version of the natural hormone your thyroid gland produces called thyroxine. Levothyroxine sodium has the same effect on your body as thyroxine. If you have low levels of thyroxine, levothyroxine sodium acts as a replacement hormone that can prevent you from feeling the symptoms of hypothyroidism.
Tirosint side effects & Tirosint drug interactions
The most common side effects caused by Tirosint are:
- Being sick (vomiting)
- Sweating a lot
- Heat intolerance
- Changes in appetite
- Weight loss
- Chest pain
- An irregular heartbeat
- Shortness of breath
- Leg cramps
- Muscle weakness
- Problems sleeping (insomnia)
- Hives or a skin rash
- Changes in your menstrual period
In rare instances, Tirosint can cause more serious side effects, including:
- Severe allergic reactions to the medication
- An increase in heart problems – including an increased heart rate, chest pain, and an irregular heartbeat, particularly if you’re older or already have heart problems
- Difficulties controlling your blood sugar levels if you have diabetes
- An increased risk of developing weak or brittle bones (osteoporosis), particularly if you’re a post-menopausal woman
These aren’t all the side effects Tirosint can cause. You can read more about Tirosint side effects in the leaflet that comes with your medication. Talk to your doctor if you have any concerns about side effects.
Tell your prescribing physician about all drugs you’re taking, including vitamins and dietary supplements. Particularly let them know about the following as they can impact the effectiveness of Tirosint:
- Digoxin, used to treat heart problems
- Propranolol, taken to treat high blood pressure and heart problems
- Sertraline, taken to treat depression and anxiety
- Antacids, taken to treat indigestion
- Ketamine, used as an anesthetic
- Tricyclic antidepressants, like amitriptyline, imipramine, or dosulepin
- Cimetidine, taken to reduce excess stomach acid
- Proton pump inhibitor medications, taken to reduce the amount of acid produced by your stomach, like omeprazole, lansoprazole, or pantoprazole
- Sucralfate, taken to treat and prevent stomach and duodenal ulcers
- Cholestyramine and colestipol, taken to treat a high level of fat in your blood
- Polystyrene sulfonate resin, taken to reduce high levels of potassium in the blood
- Rifampicin, an antibiotic taken to treat infections
- Imatinib, taken to treat certain types of cancer
- Beta-blockers, taken to treat high blood pressure and heart problems, like atenolol and sotalol
- Corticosteroids, taken to treat inflammation, like hydrocortisone or prednisolone
- Orlistat, taken to treat obesity
- Ritonavir, taken to control HIV and chronic hepatitis C infections
- Amiodarone, taken to treat an irregular heartbeat
- Any anticoagulant (blood-thinning) medications taken to prevent blood clots, like warfarin
- Any medications taken for diabetes, like insulin or metformin
- Any medications that can affect your sympathetic nervous system, like adrenaline or phenylephrine
- Any anti-inflammatory medications, like phenylbutazone or aspirin
- Any medications taken for epilepsy, like carbamazepine, phenytoin, primidone, or barbiturates
- Any medications that contain calcium salts
- Any medications containing iron that you take by swallowing
- Any medications that contain estrogen, like hormone replacement therapy (HRT) and the contraceptive pill
- Any medications that contain androgen, like hormone replacement therapy
If you’re unsure if you’re taking any of these, take the packaging of all your medications and supplements to your doctor or pharmacist.
Tirosint warnings & precautions
Tirosint isn’t suitable for everyone. It should not be given to children under the age of six.
Don’t take Tirosint if you:
- Are allergic to the active ingredient levothyroxine sodium
- Are allergic to any of the other ingredients in Tirosint
- Have any problems with your adrenal glands, and you aren’t being treated for this problem
Talk to your physician before taking Tirosint if you:
- Are taking any of the medications that could interact with Tirosint
- Have or have had thyroid nodules
- Have or have had any heart problems
- Have or have had any kidney problems
- Have or have had any pituitary gland problems
- Have or have had any problems with blood clots
- Have recently had radiation therapy with iodine (such as I-131)
- Have anemia (a low level of red blood cells)
- Have diabetes
- Have osteoporosis (weak bones)
- Are allergic/intolerant of any sugars
- Have any other food or drug allergies
- Are pregnant or are planning to become pregnant
- Are breastfeeding or are planning to breastfeed
The content on this website is intended for information purposes only. It does not constitute medical advice. The information on this website should not be relied upon and is not a substitute for professional medical advice. You should always speak to your doctor regarding the risks and benefits of any treatment.