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Posted 19 Oct 2011 by kalmohdar • 1 answer
I was taking Metoprolol Succinate and now I am taking Metoprolol Tartrate .
Posted 24 Apr 2013 by tealady21 • 2 answers
My father's metformin and metoprolol medications stipulate twice a day with meals. what is the minimum interval of the dosages? I am cocerned about the erratic manner he i given these medications, just with meals, regardless of hen the meals are taken.
Posted 22 Apr 2008 by tc1414 • 6 answers
Just wondering if anyone can recount their experience with weaning off metoprolol and if they had any adverse side effects when doing so... I recently came completely off of the drug after weaning slowly down (started at 50mg, 2x per day, then went to 25mg, 2X per day for two weeks, then down to ...
Posted 16 May 2013 by Momsewblessed • 3 answers
That won't raise my blood pressure. I'm currently taking Clonidine and Metoprolol
Posted 16 Jun 2014 by LanaHeart • 2 answers
I take Metoprolol Succinate is it ok for me to take Metoprolol Tartrate ?
Posted 2 Apr 2010 by jblt83 • 6 answers
I take anxiety and ADD meds during the day and my doctor said to try taking the metoprolol at night because I was feeling fatigued later in the evenings?
Posted 14 Jul 2011 by expo1 • 1 answer
I have very low blood pressure and am on this medication. My doctor has reduced the dosage from 100 to 25 mg a day, but I am still light headed, and my blood pressure upon standing after sitting is very low
Posted 8 Apr 2014 by fritillary • 2 answers
For female, age 73, already taking per day: one 325 mg aspirin, one 25 mg HCTZ, one 12.5 mg Metropolol. I requested to refill Flexeril (cyclobenzaprine) and Dr. instead ordered Baclofen. Is there a real difference or safety factor? Thanks.
Posted 19 Dec 2013 by Glork • 1 answer
8 months ago, PVCs got my attention. Hospital put me on a Holter monitor. They saw PVCs and short runs of tachacardia. Put me on 25mg of Metoprolol. I stupidly began to miss taking my daily dosage because I didn't think it was doing me any good. Found myself in the emergency room with V- tach. ...
Posted 11 Jul 2011 by Tilly77Bee • 2 answers
I recently heard that Ibuprofen should not be taken with high blood pressure meds.
Posted 8 May 2010 by jblt83 • 6 answers
Has anyone been on metroprolol that is now on bystolic and finds it anymore effective or with less side effects? I'm 26 and have a genetic history for hypertension and tachycardia. My doctor had me trying 5mg samples and it seemed to work at keeping my BP and HR in normal ranges and I ...
Posted 6 Oct 2014 by Jkgallegos • 4 answers
Most people, I'm presuming, are aware how taking too little medication can affect you, but how can you tell (if at all) that you might be taking too much medication? The flipside so to speak. Thank you!
Posted 8 Mar 2014 by 1973oceans • 3 answers
Metoprolol Tartrate taken twice daily - AM / PM Lisinopril taken AM only
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