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... I take Advicor which contains niacin, at times I have had a mild flush which isn't bad, but a couple times the flushing was horrible and afterward came extreme itching, I don't think this is normal, tomorrow I have an appt. with the Dr. to dicuss this. ... (6 replies)
... are experiencing menopause and have taken niacin say they are not alike at all... that they would take the niacin flushing over the hot flashes anytime. ... (6 replies)
... Sometimes when I get those, they last for hours and I feel hot all over, not just my face. ... (6 replies)

... Listen closely people, my brother is a doctor and "guess what" they won't tell you that the statin med side affects are extremely common. ... (12 replies)
... If I ended up taking the Niaspan, hopefully I won't find out! I've out hyperthyroid where I'm burning up all over, menopausal hot "flashes" that lasted for hours, and now possibly niacin flush? ... (6 replies)
... Would you believe I managed to make it through menopause with only one hot flash? ... (6 replies)
Niacin Studies
Oct 24, 2006
... Look for NO FLUSH Niacin that elimates those hot flashes. You ca find thes at most health food stores. ... (24 replies)
Niaspan,,,niacin
Sep 4, 2001
... It is my understanding that Niaspan is a prescription medication which is Niacin in a slow release form. ... (4 replies)
... I am wondering, is it possible to develope muscle problems by taking niacin or is that only a statin thing? ... (3 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)
... I also take Advicor and it is completely normal to have extreme flushing, it is annoying and can be frightening for some at first. ... (6 replies)
... About the only "natural" remedy to lower cholesterol is niacin. But taking the needed 2000 mg or more of niacin could hardly be called natural. ... (5 replies)
... in the 1940's and she is alive today. ... (3 replies)
... what with your husband's health problems and being the head of the household, and the migraines.... ... (20 replies)
... Tell you Doctor you want to try Niaspan first. It's niacin and only has two side effects that bothers some a lot, some only a little, and some not at all. ... (2 replies)
... JJ, When you say you got itchy from the Niacin are you sure it was the one I mentioned, Inositol Hexanicotinate, because if it just said "Flush Free Niacin" on it that does not mean it is the one I use. ... (12 replies)
... You are all so compassionate and I really appreciate it. THe new dr. ... (4 replies)
... ges about 2,000 calories per day except if he does a lot of physical work or he is elderly. Those who do heavy, physcial work may need more than 2,000 calories, and someone who is elderly may need less than 2,000 calories. ... (2 replies)
... JJ, I'm off to bed soon too. Niacin has side effects and not just the flushing ; good to be leary. Frankie (13 replies)
... Arizona You are so well informed on this issue and I truly appreciate your info. I am taking the guggul, fish oil and Now I am taking the non flush niacin. I am starting at 500 and I will make my way up. ... (6 replies)




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