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... However, given your metaphor... my Niacin bed is just right... ... (17 replies)
... Not wanting to make a joke here, but this sounds SO much like Goldilocks trying out Papa, Mama, and Baby Bears' things. I think the differentiation that KOS Pharma makes between "extended," "sustained," long-acting," and "slow-release" is pure semantics...a distinction without difference. (17 replies)
... release niacin is at higher risk of liver problems than other types of niacin. ... (17 replies)

... removed] VentureMan, How is Niaspan different from Flush Niacin. Is it just than it is time-released? (17 replies)
... Venture Man, It's considerably worse than that for us folks without drug coverage: My favorite discount pharmacy charges $331.82 for 90 tabs of 1000 mg. So that's about one dollar less than $4 GRAND a year.:nono: That's a LOT of money for niacin. <> So now you know why many of us take the OTC Time-Release... (17 replies)
... I don't know. I would think the only thing you would have to be concerned about is the flushing 1000 mg of Slo-release may give you. I don't get flushing from 3000 mg of Niaspan... but I somehow feel this would not be true for any other form of niacin. I only take Niaspan extended release. I have insurance, so it only costs me $50 for a 90 day supply (270 -- 1000 mg... (17 replies)
... You take Niaspan I am taking the Slo-Niacin would it make a difference if I took the 1000 mg at night instead of twice a day? (17 replies)
... My understanding is that your liver produces the majority of your body's cholesterol at night during your sleep cycle. So, taking niacin at night effects this cholesterol production the best. ... (17 replies)
... I take 3000 mg niacin and rarely feel any flushing. If I flush, the flushing makes me warm... and if I get too warm, no matter what the reason, I will sweat in my sleep. ... (17 replies)
... I found that sweating can come with the flushing experience. ... (17 replies)
... I have been taking Niacin for years and have never found that it lead to night sweats. ... (17 replies)
... only side affect is some flushing when I eat something. I usually take it before supper and the flushing starts about 15 minutes after I have finished supper. No sweating so far......... ... (17 replies)
... has anyone experienced night sweats taking niacin? (17 replies)
... Luckily I have insurance and will call my Doctor for a script, of course he will want to see me but I test again next month and I want to make sure with everything I have been doing so far has made a huge difference, I guess we wait and see. (17 replies)
... Lenin, You may want to rethink what "discount pharmacy" you purchase from... sounds like they charge you full retail. removed] I've seen "discount pharmacies" price them at $1 to 1.25 for a 1000 mg tab. Even Costco sells 100 tabs of 1000 mg of Niaspan for $207.54, and that is retail. Yikes... no wonder the price freaks you out... :eek: at $3.69 each, I would be... (17 replies)
... are you saying to take 1000 mg at night time before bed? (17 replies)
... Try it only at night... before bed. I received much better lipid results by only taking it at bedtime... and never had hot flashes while awake. (17 replies)
... Thanks I was getting a little worried, I am pre menopause but I take drugs for that too, I wonder why I dont sweat during the day but only at night because I take it in the morning and at night. (17 replies)




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