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... 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)
... sustained release NIACIN, I would choose the NIASPAN. ... (29 replies)
... I agree with you completely and know that Niaspan is an excellent option for those that do not want to take statins. I can not attest but what I have heard from many Niaspan has worked great them. ... (23 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)
Niaspan vs. Niacin
Jul 13, 2006
... are proabaly some supplement manufacturers who give short weights and use improper manufacturing techniques but it wouldn't be frequent for such a cheap product like niacin. ... (5 replies)
... NIACIN and NIASPAN are semantics and price. They are perfectly equivalent except one is by Rx and the other is over the counter. ... (6 replies)
... With Niacin my AST was at 35.... ... (17 replies)
Niacin Studies
Oct 16, 2006
... NIACIN which is the brand name of the extended release product made by Upsher Smith and available without a prescription. ... (24 replies)
... Mart. The problem is that the theraputic dose is somewhere between 1500 and 2000 mg a day. That amount of regular niacin will produce some pretty uncomfortable side effects. ... (14 replies)
... Sorry for any misinformation before. I spoke with my Doctor and he advised Niaspan is safe and other forms are very safe. ... (11 replies)
... Your Doctor 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)
... I'm starting to take OTC niacin and am looking for the most reliable OTC brand and type. As far as type, I bought two different kinds... ... (9 replies)
... It also lowers your blood pressure and improves your sleep. I saw a special on TV one night where Firemen and Paramedics exposed to toxins, took a high dose of niacin than immediately worked out on a treadmill. Their tea shirts began to show tinges of perspiration with a dark ash like color. ... (47 replies)
Types of niacin
Jan 27, 2007
... cholesterol walllop while minimizing the time your liver is exposed to niacin. ... (8 replies)
... no flush a time released like Niaspan? ... (11 replies)
... I flush BIG time from niacin but I find that I can get a boost in my HDL which I need in addition to the huge LDL drop I get from Lipitor. ... (8 replies)
... I had a real bad reaction to Lipitor. My LDL and total Cholesterol is still high so I asked the doctor to let me try Niaspan which is the slow release Niacin. ... (1 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)
... release niacin product approved by the Food and Drug Administration should come as no surprise, since it is, to the best of my knowledge, the only form of niacin that is currently available by prescription. That means that Niaspan is the only product that the FDA by law is required to evaluate. ... (33 replies)
... Nearly all dietary cholesterol comes from animal fat of some type... like chicken or beef or meat, eggs, and milk products like cheese or cream or butter or milk. Consumption of Dietary cholesterol usually does not have a big impact on cholesterol levels in your blood... ... (11 replies)

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