Should it be a regular meal or can it be a cracker and water?
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my Dad was taking Metoprolol tartrate, when I refilled his prescription I noticed the pharmacist gave me Metoprolol succinate extended instead. Is ...
1 answer • 4 Dec 2012
Has anyone developed a thyroid condition, high cholesterol or experienced blackouts after using this drug for over 1 yr?
1 answer • 23 Dec 2013
As most heart attacks occur in the AM, I have heard that taking metoprolol in the PM is better. You would have more medicine on board.
0 answers • 25 Jan 2014
I have 100mg tartrate & 100mg succinate = can I interchange these on a daily basis? I am to take 100mg twice a day
1 answer • 8 Nov 2014
... pounding heart-beats in my chest after I take it. This seems wrong for a ed to lower my BP
1 answer • 23 Nov 2014