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SLO Niacin side effects

SLO Niacin side effectsNiacin side effects can be hyperglycemia and hyperuricemia because SLO Niacin competes with uric acid for elimination by the kidneys.
Central nervous system side effects of SLO Niacin could be nervousness, headache, dizziness, fatigue, paresthesias and insomnia.
SLO Niacin can make stomach ulcers worse, and could cause flatulence, diarrhea, vomiting and nausea.
SLO Niacin side effects pertaining the liver manifest themselves as anorexia, persistent tiredness or nausea. Other hepatotoxic side effects of SLO Niacin in high dosages are focal fatty liver, and worst-case, liver failure can result in rare cases.
SLO Niacin stimulates prostaglandins, and this can cause flushing of the face and body. Pruritus also occurs in many. Taking the SLO Niacin after meals minimizes these side effects of SLO Niacin. Also, dry skin, sweating, maculopapular rash, and urticaria have been associated with niacin use. Rare cases of abnormally strong pigmentation could occur too.
Male users of SLO Niacin occasionally reported a change in libido, especially with slow-release SLO Niacin.
Other SLO Niacin side effects include amblyopia, eyelid edema, myalgia, myasthenia, leg cramps, sicca syndromes, blurred vision, rashes and edemas.
A reader named Marlene Joslin wrote: "Causes flushing, redness on skin for about an hour after taking it. I break the 500 in half and just take the half, could that have something to do with the redness and flushing?"

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