Adverse Reactions/Side Effects
Adverse reactions and side effects refer to doses used to treat hyperlipidemia
CNS: dizziness, nervousness, panic
EENT: blurred vision, loss of central vision, proptosis, toxic amblyopia
CV: orthostatic hypotension
GI: HEPATOTOXICITY, GI upset, bloating, diarrhea, dry mouth, flatulence, heartburn, hunger pains, nausea, peptic ulceration
Derm: flushing of the face and neck, pruritus, burning, dry skin, hyperpigmentation, ↑ sebaceous gland activity, rashes, stinging or tingling of skin
Metabolic: glycosuria, hyperglycemia, hyperuricemia
* CAPITALS indicate life-threatening.
Italics indicate most frequent.
niacin has been found in Davis's Drug Guide
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