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Posted 31 Mar 2011 by • 2 answers
my insurance does not cover niaspan. is ther something else i could take that is just as effective as niaspan?
Posted 6 Feb 2012 by • 3 answers
My mom and I were put on the Niaspan together, as we both are highly allergic to all the statins. But she can't afford the Niaspan, so I split my prescription with her. But if we can continue to halve the pills without any serious problems; something is better than doing nothing at all.
Posted 18 Jan 2014 by • 4 answers
I took NIASPAN 500 MG AND NOW WITH NIASPAN 1000 MG. i experience this kind of episodes
Posted 6 Sep 2009 by • 1 answer
Like swelling of the face/throat/tongue or trouble breathing
Posted 21 Dec 2009 by • 3 answers
Posted 30 Dec 2009 by • 2 answers
Posted 9 Nov 2010 by • 2 answers
i am diabetic and i am a "big GIRL" i also take other meds vicodin niaspan crestor ativan ect i also have a 3 1/2 year old son the dr prescribed lyrica 75mg 4 times a day am i gonna be able to function? or willl i be a zombie? please answer in desprate need of some answers is 75mg lyrica ...
Posted 30 May 2011 by • 2 answers
once I've taken the medicine?
Posted 21 Jan 2012 by • 1 answer
I took regular niacin for 6 months, lowered my bad and raised the good by 30%. Switched to niacinamide to lower the cost but my count went back up by 20%. Since found out that niacinamide dose not have the same effect and should not be taken to lower cholesterol. how about niacin inositol ...
Posted 25 Jul 2013 by • 3 answers
... weakness in my legs and loss of balance. What do you suggest? I am 72 years old and male. George W
Posted 17 Aug 2009 by • 1 answer
My husband takes both and one of them is causing him to burn up and night.
Posted 26 Oct 2009 by • 1 answer
Posted 2 Feb 2010 by • 2 answers
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.
Posted 7 Jul 2010 by • 2 answers
Posted 26 Sep 2010 by • 1 answer
I have been on niaspan for years and it has worked well but have learned that the cost of slo niacin is much less. Should I consider this? I am a little nervious about changing at this point since the niaspan was doing what it was prescribed to do but if the slo niacin will do as well as niaspan ...
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