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... Thank you both for your responses. I will know if Niacin is working for me when I have my next lipid panel in the beginning of February. That will give me a sold six months on it. I am still on 2,000mg immediate release Niacin taken all at once at bed time. ... (6 replies)
... My Doctor currently has me taking 2,000mg Immediate Release Niacin all at once at bed time. I take two 1,000mg capsules. He advised me not to split the Niacin dosage and to take it all at once. Will taking 2,000mg all at once still be effective? ... (6 replies)
... I've been taking NIACIN immediate release for approx. 6 years. Doses ranged from 2,000 to 5,000 mg daily. I am now taking a prescription immediate release Niacin called NIACOR. ... (10 replies)

... niacin as you mentioned it can cause all sorts of problems with long time usage since the pharmacology is completely different than prescription Niaspan. ... (23 replies)
... And the side effects are reduced greately compared to immediate release niacin. ... (23 replies)
Jan 16, 2008
... I am having my lipid panel done next week and will share my results with everyone. I have past my sixth month mark on 2,000mg immediate release Niacin. ... (6 replies)
... Thank you for your response. I stopped the Niacin this past week but want to go back on it. I had major flushing and a real bad headache all week while I was taking it. ... (23 replies)
... Thank you very much for your response. I continue to flush every night when I take the Niacin. ... (6 replies)
... In all the years that I have been taking niacin, I have never had any problems with it. ... (23 replies)
... release niacin day after day, any flushing that I experience is rather minimal. Many times I feel nothing. ... (15 replies)
... From everything I've read the immediate release Niacin is the most effective and safest of the two. Since the immediate release is not harmful to the liver those who can tolerate it gradually work their way up to as much as 3000mg. ... (23 replies)
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)
... NIASPAN is a prescription form of NIACIN which has been researched and shown great results with almost no liver toxicity. This Niacin blend is an Extended Release form. Apparently, it is much safer than the Slow Release form. ... (42 replies)
... Niaspan is Extended Release niacin. ... (17 replies)
... If you want to hold off on the niacin for now, you can always try fish oil, lecithin, and garlic. These have helped raise HDL for some people. ... (3 replies)
... Immediate release Niacin is the benchmark for all other forms of niacin to compare to. The reason other forms of niacin were developed is that most can't take the flushing from immediate release Niacin. ... (23 replies)
... release niacin is best used to increase HDL. ... (15 replies)
... sustained release NIACIN, I would choose the NIASPAN. ... (29 replies)
... I think your statement might be easily misinterpreted. There have been more cases of liver damage with sustained release formulas than with the other formulas. But problems still affect only a very small proportion of users. ... (29 replies)
... I have posted a lot on this board about Niacin but I am in a very gray area right now in regards to my numbers. ... (24 replies)

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