The known side effects of Niaspan does not state anything about puffy eyes as such, but I guess it is possible. The known ocular side effects are:
Niacin appears to cause a reversible toxic cystoid maculopathy in approximately 0.7% of patients taking at least 1.5 grams daily. The maculopathy typically has been reversible upon discontinuation of therapy.
Ocular side effects have included amblyopia, sicca syndromes, blurred vision, eyelid edema, and macular edema.
- Niaspan Information for Consumers
- Niaspan Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Niaspan (detailed)
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After 6 months of Niaspan 500 without any real side effects I was increased to 1000 one week ago. I?
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