Does it tend to improve of worsen over time? Is it dose related?
I did some research and couldn't find any statistical information about the frequency of occurrence of Raynaud's Syndrome in patients taking metoprolol.
I think once you get it you will have it (at least while you are taking the medicine... but the symptoms can be managed by self care and preventative measures. If these are not adequate then there are medicines which can be used to control the symptoms.
- Metoprolol Information for Consumers
- Metoprolol Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Metoprolol (detailed)
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