Please let me know what are the contents of the durg sold by name " Met stamlo", for what type of disorder or conditions the drug is recommended, please discuss side effects also.
Dear Ramesh... the "met" portion of the name means that it has metoprolol in the name and then like sweetie said, the stamio part contains the drug, amlodipine, which is a calcium channel blocker. Both of these drugs will lower your blood pressure. In addition, since metoprolol is a beta blocker it will also lower your heart rate.
If you do not have hypertension I would be careful with this medication.
And always, I would run it by your physician... be well... pup
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