The price has gone up for me because of deductible issues on my insurance policy. Question, has anyone switched from Niaspan to Slo-Niacin and if so what was the impact on cholesterol levels? As I understand it they both contain the same form of the vitamin.
8 Feb 2010
The active ingredient of both tablets is exactly the same and as long as you take the same strength of tablet you should continue to have good results.
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