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Niacin has active ingredients of niacin. It is often used in high blood cholesterol. (latest outcomes from Niacin 7,414 users)
Tonsillolith (tonsil stones) has been reported by people with cataplexy, narcolepsy, psoriatic arthropathy, gastrooesophageal reflux disease, respiratory rate decreased (latest reports from 28 Tonsillolith patients).
On Oct, 22, 2016
No report is found.
After taking Lisinopril x3 years I started having a cough daily. My doctor switched me to Losartan about 45 days ago. After 1 week I started having a sore throat and tonsil stones which I haven't had in 8 years. When I stop the medication on the weekends I feel better, even though I know I should not be doing this. Any thoughts on the tonsillolith with taking Losartan?
Been On Niacin Er 1000mg & Crestor 40 Together & now i am having Constipation & Flank & Low Abdomen Pain,sweating,Dizziness & Fatique.I Am 56 yrs Old & Cant fiqiure Out Why Dr Would Combine These 1 drugs.Jeeze Lots Of Side Effect Too
Hi -- I have been on Niacin 1000 mg/day for just over two years for arterial plaque reduction / cholesterol management. A few months after starting the Niacin, I developed peripheral neuropathy in my feet that has slowly but steadily progressed and is very mildly affecting my hands, too. I have ...
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