"In the early phase of MS, anti-inflammatory drugs may work, but long-term you need to protect against axonal damage."
In contrast to nicotinic acid, nicotinamide does not cause flushing and has only very rarely been associated with diabetogenic effects. There are rare reports of elevations in liver tests and liver damage, including jaundice and parenchymal liver cell injury. These reports were in those using very high doses of nicotinamide (10 grams or greater, daily).
Adverse reactions in those using high-dose nicotinamide, include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, headache and dizziness.
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