Niacin Er Coupon & Discounts

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Niacin ER is prescribed to prevent or treat a lack of niacin (vitamin B3), lower cholesterol and triglyceride levels, and other conditions. It is dispensed in dosage strengths of 500, 750, and 1000mg, with Niacin ER costs starting at $110 and climbing to $220 for a thirty-tablet supply. At FamilyWize, we offer a Niacin ER coupon that can lower prices on this medication by as much as 75% at local pharmacies. To download yours, click the “Claim Discount” button on this Niacin ER drug page and present it when filling your prescription.

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About Niacin Er

What is Niacin ER?

Niacin ER is the extended release formula of niacin, a Vitamin B-class antihyperlipidemic medication prescribed to treat high cholesterol and triglyceride levels, prevent or treat low niacin levels, and lower heart attack risks in those who have already had one. It may also be prescribed to help treat coronary heart disease. It is typically combined with exercise and dietary changes, and other medications and treatment.

How do I take Niacin ER?

Niacin ER is administered in tablet form and taken orally with cold or cool water, without regard to food. The dosage strength and frequency of dosing is determined by the condition being treated and the patient’s medical profile. Swallow the Niacin ER drug whole; do not crush or chew the tablet. Do not discontinue this medication without your doctor’s permission.

What if I forget to take a dose of Niacin ER?

If you forget to take a scheduled dose of Niacin ER, do so as soon as you remember and are able. If you take the regular dose with food, take the make-up dose with food as well. If it almost time for the next scheduled dose, skip the one missed and resume the regular schedule. Do not increase the dosage or change the schedule to make up for missed dose.

What happens if I overdose on Niacin ER?

If an overdose of Niacin ER is suspected, contact the Poison Control Center at 1-800-222-1222. If the individual has collapsed, lost consciousness, or stopped breathing, contact Emergency Services at 911.

Before taking Niacin ER, tell your doctor if:

  • You are allergic to niacin or any of the ingredients in the Niacin ER drug

  • You are pregnant, planning a pregnancy, or are nursing a child

  • You are taking any prescription or non-prescription medications, vitamins, or supplements

  • You are taking niacin, diabetes medications, Vitamin B3, anticoagulants, nicotinic acid, cholesterol medication, HMG-CoA inhibitors, bile acid-binding resins, or medication to treat hypertension

  • You have, or have had, ulcers, diabetes, jaundice, bleeding disorders, gout, or allergies

  • You have, or have had, hypertension, or heart, liver, gallbladder, or kidney disease

  • You regularly consume alcohol

What are the possible side effects of taking Niacin ER?

Some individuals have reported side effects after taking Niacin ER. Less severe side effects include flushed skin, coughing, and diarrhea. If any of these conditions persist or worsen, contact your healthcare provider. Severe side effects requiring immediate medical attention include signs of an allergic reaction, tachycardia, lightheadedness, vomiting, nausea, tiredness or extreme fatigue, dizziness, symptoms of jaundice, changes to urine color, changes to stool color, unusual muscle pain, unexplained bruising or bleeding, hoarseness, changes in appetite, pain in the upper right stomach quadrant, or flu-like symptoms.

How do I store Niacin ER?

Keep Niacin ER tightly sealed in its original container, out of the reach children and away from the extremes of temperature and humidity. Dispose of any unused or expired pills according to the instructions of your pharmacist.


Contact your doctor if you become pregnant while taking Niacin ER. Taking this medication with warm or hot liquids may increase the risk or intensify of side effects. This medication may cause flushing. Do not drink alcohol or eat spicy foods when you take Niacin ER. This drug may increase the level of sugar in blood or urine. This medication may cause lightheadedness or dizziness; do not drive, operate heavy equipment or machinery, use power tools, or handle firearms until its effects are known.

Brand Names

Niacin ER is a generic formulation of niacin in an extended release tablet; it is also marketed under brand names such as Niacor, Niacin SR, Niaspan ER, B-3 50, B-3 500 GR, and Slo-Niacin. However, one medication should not be substituted for another without the written medical permission. A reusable Niacin ER coupon is available on the FamilyWize website that can lower retail prices by up to 75% when filling a prescription. In addition to reductions to Niacin ER costs, a discount card is also available that provides similar savings on hundreds of other generic and name brand drugs. To get yours, click the “Free Card” at the top of any page on our website use it at the pharmacy of your choice.


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