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... What do you mean not safe to take? Is niacin-no flush a time released like Niaspan? is it not safe? (11 replies)
... A couple times a year have a liver enzyme panel run...it doesn't harm the liver in too many people and the enzyme test is a good early warning. Extended release versions are harder on the liver, or worthless, so your choice of immediate release is the right one...but FLUSHIER! ... (3 replies)
... ation which makes it appear that way, even though it may well actually work in the body or under different testing situations. I think because it is such a slow release product that the same testing techniques may not work. ... (15 replies)

... Doses over 3 grams per day of niacin can produce serious side effects after prolonged use. ... (9 replies)
Niacin
Jan 2, 2011
... Starting to see results of taking immediate release niacin. It has been slowly climbing over the last three yrs. ... (1 replies)
... slo niacin works well for non flushing, I was taking 500mg a day, regular niacin put me through the roof ! ... (5 replies)
... Hello Everyone, As you all can pretty much guess, my lipid profile is next best to worst..and i am just turning 30.. TOTAL=236 HDL=26 LDL=146 TIRAG=380 Ratio =9.1 (5 replies)
... That is precisely what my Doctor told me. He expects that with this dosage 2,000mg immediate release will significantly improve my HDL and lower my TRIG more. However, as you stated and my Doctor advised it will not lower my LDL as much as any type of statin. ... (24 replies)
... My Doctor wanted me to give Niacin a try and I agreed. After a sold six months on Niacin I guess I will see if it is working well or not. If it is not my Doctor will put me right back on the Red Yeast Rice. ... (6 replies)
... When you get your next test you should lobby for one of the Lipoprotien test. I'm guessing your results should be very good with the niacin diet and exerciese. Good luck. ... (6 replies)
... Just wanted to give a quick up date. Under my doctor's approval and under his care I am currently taking 1,000mg immediate release Niacin at bed time. Also I am taking 1,200mg Red yeast Rice twice daily as well. My Doctor said it was fine for me to take both. ... (23 replies)
... When you first started taking the IR "Immediate release" niacin did you start out with say 250 mg. per day for one week and then bump it up progressively? ... (23 replies)
Slo-niacin
Sep 8, 2007
... Well, I think that Lenin has taken slo-niacin, and he said that it helped his numbers. But seriously, if you are mainly interested in raising HDL, just stick with the immediate-release niacin. (2 replies)
... titrate. Same is true if you switch from immediate release to sustained to timed to whatever. ... (23 replies)
Niacin
Oct 24, 2005
... lo or something like that. Last week I got another form of immediate release niacin and thought I was going to die. My whole body got so hot and red that it looked like I was severly sunburned. ... (41 replies)
... ips and tongue start to swell, take a couple benadryl IMMEDIATELY... If your throat starts closing call 911 STAT! Consider that as pretty much your endpoint with niacin experimentation. ... (15 replies)
... I've taken a much as 6500mg. of immediate release niacin in the past without any problems. ... (9 replies)
... started taking Immediate release niacin about 4 years ago. ... (9 replies)
... It's flush niacin that you will need to reduce HDL. ... (5 replies)
... um and support from all of you I could have never done this and want to thank you all for sharing your experiences. Per my Doctor he wants me to maintain 2,000mg immediate release daily. ... (17 replies)




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