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Lab Numbers
Dec 4, 2002
... release form. If niacin is going to help, the over the counter product sold in vitamin stores should do just as well. ... (11 replies)
... release niacin preparation becasue the same dose of the slow release can do far more damage than the quick acting nicotinic acid at the same dose. ... (21 replies)
... I take a prescription Niacin called "NIACOR" I believe it is the only immediate release form of niacin available. ... (8 replies)

... research says it contains no free niacin, and the medical literature says it is worthless for cholesterol control. My own doctor emphasized that again the last time I saw her a couple of weeks ago. So frankly, I don't know if it works or not. ... (5 replies)
... I will be happy because all pertain to me. You and I both know it's a crap shoot and not even straight form niacin works for EVERYBODY. ... (25 replies)
... NIACIN but buy for price and found a bin full of cheap DIXON'S Time Released Niacin, which gives me the same decent HDL boost that I need. ... (2 replies)
... Instead, I am following Kowalski's recommendations of 500 mg, three times a day of time released niacin and oat bran. ... (15 replies)
... wanted to be sure you are aware that lipitor and niacin aren't usually meant to be taken together. ... (17 replies)
... I'm also taking 500mg of slow release Niacin... ... (21 replies)
Sep 2, 2002
... my doctor tests my blood all the time. Hooray for thoroughness...but ouch, I'm tired of getting stuck. I'm not getting any flushing with the niacin so far either, but it is giving me acid reflux, though that may just be the aspirin. ... (41 replies)
... patric, You are right, Slow Release, Timed Release, Sustained Release, and Long-Acting all mean variants of the same thing and are all more damaging to the liver than Instant Release (IR). These products all expose the liver for a longer period of a time to an agent that's hard on the liver (niacin). Personally I think the 500 mg enduracin will only give you a tiny LDL... (19 replies)
Doctors and Lp(a)
Feb 28, 2005
... in three months to see if the niacin is doing anything for me. ... (38 replies)
... IMMEDIATELY before retiring along with my 500 mg. slow release niacin and 650 mg. aspirin. ... (17 replies)
... Niaspin vs. Slo release niacin... I don't think they are the same. I am quite pleased with the Niaspan. And it's a natual solution too. Any niacin your body doesn't use gets pee'd out as it's a water soluble vitamin. You still need to have your liver checked due to the high doses you are taking. ... (8 replies)
... This is the flushless form of niacin , there are forms that say they are slow release and or flushless but it must say inositol hexaniconitate on the label and it's supposed to be easy on the liver. ... (9 replies)
... release niacin product. ... (18 replies)
... Niaspan is slow release niacin. It will cause flushing but many say it diminishes after time. ... (7 replies)
... I was on Niacin slow release but Dr Mercola stopped that. He said doses of less than 1000 to 1500 mg are worthless for cholesterol and that this is just a bandaid. ... (7 replies)

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