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... Good luck!! I have seen the Slo Niacin at one of my local pharmacies. As U know, I tired the lousy 100 mgs. of no flush and couldn't handle it, iched like crazy. ... (42 replies)
... Taking Niaspan with food; or an aspirin half an hour before taking Niaspan will help decrease the Side effects - also taking it right before bed will help as well - but yes - If side effects do not subside after a week or 2 - you will definately want to tell your Dr; as well as not increasing your dose to 1000 mg/day until your body gets used to it and the side effects... (19 replies)
... The sustained release form does seem to be more toxic than the immediate release form on a mg. for mg. basis. at least in some formulations. ... (9 replies)

... Niaspan is the only FDA approved form of niacin. Standard niacin will indeed lower Triglycerides, Lp and LDL. It will also raise HDL. ... (22 replies)
Niaspan
Oct 9, 2010
... I assume by "Flush Niacin" you mean plain, immediate release nicotinic acid. ... (4 replies)
... acid can trigger cardiovascular events. That is why many Doctors no longer prescribe high doeses of folic acid with high homocysteine levels. If you can tolerate Niacin go for it! Under my Doctor's care I have been taking 3,000mg immediate release daily all at once at bed time. ... (15 replies)
... Vitamin B3 is also known as niacin. Niacin can cause 'flushing', which some find very uncomfortable, while others do not. Immediate release niacin causes the most discomfort from flushing. ... (8 replies)
... release niacin would be best in your case, such as Niaspan, which is available by prescription. This form of niacin may be better for lowering LDL, and at the same time increasing HDL. ... (17 replies)
... SLO NIACIN which is polygel controlled release niacin...500 mg. ... (42 replies)
... start with a low dosage and build up. Lenin used as little as 50 mg to start of the immediate release. If you haven't been doing so, take the niacin with a meal. That helps reduce flushing, too. ... (9 replies)
... This time my doctor wanted me to try Zocor but I refused. I knew that I could get the numbers down without it. I asked her about niacin and she agreed wanting me to start at 250 mg. working up to 1,500 mg. ... (6 replies)
... This is of great concern to me at the present time. Since August my Doctor has me taking 2,000mg immediate release Niacin at bed time. ... (12 replies)
... Niaspan is just Prescription extended release Niacin... it causes way less flushing than immediate release niacin. I highly recommend it. ... (2 replies)
... Arizona77 takes immediate release niacin... up to 1000 mg now. That stuff is relatively cheap... I would give it a try if you can't afford niaspan. I know your husband didn't like the flushing. ... (9 replies)
... and I'm going to discontinue the Niacin completely to see if they go away. ... (17 replies)
... the immediate release Niacin is what gives you the benefit. ... (19 replies)
... I have been taking Niacin since 1997. The Immediate Release form has many disadvantages including flushing and possible liver damage. There is a prescription form called Niaspan which greatly reduces these side effects. ... (10 replies)
... or is correct... no great concern if you are taking imediate release. You liver can take being exposing to a big burst... but has a harder time being exposed to niacin for hours at a time. ... (12 replies)
... complex vitamin and at least 2,000 mg a day of Immediate release Niacin. ... (13 replies)
... Thanks for the encouragement. My main problem is that I have to be careful with the niacin dosing and type of niacin. I initially tried IR niacin, but got minor heart palpitations, so had to stop it. ... (5 replies)


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