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since i started taking these pills 200 mg a day i am always sick to my stomach and vomiting and terrible night meres ## These can be normal side effects of Metoprolol, along with dizziness and headache. Read more on the medication here: It should start to taper off, as your body adjusts to the medication. However, if it does not, be sure to alert your doctor. Have you reported these side effects to them, yet? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Metoprolol.
Mon, Mar 15 '10, 7:17 PM
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white round scored on one side number 831 with triangle on top of numbers ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Wed, Apr 14 '10, 5:43 AM
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50 mg white round pill gash in on one side 477 printed on other side ## The pill in description is Metoprolol tartrate (50 mg). Metoprolol is used in the treatment of several diseases of the cardiovascular system, especially hypertension. For more information about this drug, please refer to the link below... If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Metoprolol.
Mon, Nov 29 '10, 11:20 AM
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heart medication ## Metropolol Click Here ...
Updated 9 years ago.
Fri, Mar 24 '06, 7:57 AM
Metropolol 25 Mg
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What Is The Difference Between Metropolol 25 mg Er And Metropolol 25 mgTart? ## The ER stands for extended release, that means that formulation of Metoprolol is slowly released in your body, over time, rather than all at once, like the standard medication that the other one is. Sometimes, when a patient is taking the regular release to treat high blood pressure or a cardiac condition, it helps, but doesn't keep it under control for a very long period of time and in those cases, it may be necessary for a doctor to switch someone to the time released formulation, to keep the medication in their body longer. Metoprolol is a beta blocker and may cause side effects, such as: nausea, drowsiness, headache and stomach pain. Learn more: Are there any other questions or comments? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Metoprolol.
Wed, Mar 23 '11, 9:27 AM
metropol tar 25mg
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Been taking lisin 20mg. 2 tabs, bp is 127/83 Doctor added metrpol tar 25mg twice a day, wondering why as bp doesnt sound that high ## No, that isn't high, at all. Doctors usually don't fret about those types of numbers. Did you ask your doctor why they were adding it? Have you possibly had an elevated heart rate? The concern is the synchronicity of the medications, usually taking two causes them to work synergistically, so you get even more lowering of your blood pressure and heart rate. Thus, at 127/83, you could end up with it dropping too low, if you take both. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Blood Pressure.
Sat, Jul 20 '13, 2:17 PM
Metropolol 100mger
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Mydoctor wants me to take this instead of a generic for it. It is very much more expensive than the generic. What is the difference. Thank you for your answer. . ## This is a generic, but it is a time released formulation and yes, they are usually more expensive than the regular release formulations. However, having the medication release slowly over a certain time period, can give better control of blood pressure and cardiac conditions. Learn more Metoprolol details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Metoprolol.
Thu, Jun 28 '12, 12:57 PM
Toprol vs metropolo
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I had a RX for toprol, and the last time I mailed my request for a refill, they sent me metropolo. Is this a substitute for toprol? Thanks. Pat ## CAN PROLOMET XL 100 SUBSTITUTE FOR TOPROL XL 100 ? ## Patsy, yes, Metoprolol is the active ingredient in Toprol, so it is the generic version of it. Metoprolol is a beta blocker that is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure and cardiac conditions. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and stomach pain. Learn more: KU8ZZY, your question also garners a positive response, Prolomet XL also contains Metoprolol as the active ingredient, in a time released formulation, so it is the same medication as the Toprol Xl. Are there any other comments or questions? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Toprol.
Mon, Mar 28 '11, 9:53 AM
Metropolol Problem
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Hi, i would really appretiate it if someone could give me advice. I have had heart problems since i was a teen. Nothing serious but when i recently(finally) got it checked out the doctor perscirbed me, Metropolol 25mgs. Long story short, it was great. I was able to excersice without palpatations, or feeling like blacking out. Anyway, i dont have insurance anymore and i cant refill untl i get an X-Ray and have a doctor give me another script..Jesus Christ! I cant afford that. And, well looky here, conditions get worse when stopping? Wow i love doctors.. I can rant about how strongly i disagree on docotrs handing out scripts to patients and watching them either get hooked on pain killers, or go crazy on happy pills to only fix them by giving them more pills! Anyway, well i am getting a lo... ...
Updated 1 year ago.
Fri, Mar 14 '14, 6:24 PM
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mechanism of action, indication, contraindication ## what is neobloc metropolol 50 ml? ## how to treat a overdose of metropol ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Sat, Jul 07 '12, 6:25 AM
neoblock metropolol
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neoblock submission ## side effects ## is there a possible side effects if it taken by my parents w/o prescription or i can't buy w/o prescription from a Dr. ## The side effects from a medication will not change, whether you do or do not have a prescription for it. Some of the most common side effects include: dizziness, diarrhea, vision problems and trouble sleeping. ## myhusband failed erction after taking the pills, do we have to change the medecine ...
Updated 6 years ago.
Fri, Mar 27 '09, 5:48 AM
Metropol Side Effects
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I have a matroplol prescription I've been taken for a few months since I had a stent. I have been getting anxiety and my family doctor told me to double my dose from 50mg to 100mg. A week or so after increasing the dose, I've been experiencing dizzieness daily. Could the added motropolol be causing the dizzieness. ## Yes, it certainly could be causing it and it can do so in a few different ways. One could be if this dosage is too high for you and your blood pressure is going too low and the other could be just as a side effect of the higher dosage. Learn more Metoprolol details here. Have you checked your blood pressure recently? What have the levels been? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Metoprolol.
Fri, Sep 07 '12, 4:39 PM
Side effects of metropolol
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Iwould like to know the side effects of metropolo with the use of kidney dialosis treatment?5B49 ## please expound on side-effects of neoblock metropolol...I've been taking it for 4 years now... thank you. ## Metoprolol is a beta blocker that's most commonly used to treat high blood pressure and certain cardiac conditions. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache and stomach pain. You can learn more Metoprolol details here. As to the kidney issue, you should discuss that with your doctor, this medication is sometimes used to protect the kidneys, but there are some risks that can be associated with it. By discussing it with your doctor, you can make the best decision on what's safest for you to take. Are there any questions or comments? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Metoprolol.
Mon, Apr 29 '13, 6:54 PM
metropolol 50 mg sandoz photo of
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metropolol 50 mg sandoz photo of ## I don't have a photo to post for you, however, I can tell you that the tablet from Sandoz should have the marking of GG 414 on it and be blank on the other side. There should be a line underneath the GG, over the numbers and it should be round and white. Does this match the tablet you have? If not, please post back with its markings and I can look it up for you. ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Thu, Sep 23 '10, 3:21 PM
does metropolol cause weight gain
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i have put on 40 lbs since starting metropolol. not changed my diet any and do the same am't of exercise but still the weight. went on several diets, curves etc and really watched but no weight loss ## Hello, Betsey! How are you? Sorry about the weight gain. And yes, beta blockers, such as Metoprolol can cause weight gain in some people that take them. Have you talked to your doctor about it? It might be best for you to try a different medication. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Metoprolol.
Wed, Jan 29 '14, 1:44 PM
Take An Laxative While On Metropolol
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I take 1 Metoprolol every day. I have for two years. I need to take a laxative and wanted to make sure that was ok. The active ingredient in the laxative is Sennoside. ## There any problems or interactions that I can find listed between the two, but you should make sure to take them a few hours apart. Otherwise, if you take them too close together, you do run the risk of not having the Metoprolol in your stomach and digestive tract long enough for it to be absorbed and used by your body. Learn more Metoprolol details here. And it's always wise to double check this information, just to be certain. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Metoprolol.
Sun, Oct 21 '12, 3:43 PM
changed from metropolol to ramipril
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I just was put on ramipril yesterday after taking metropolol for 3 years because of diarrhea ,seems I'm having side effects today .dizzy , fast pulse is this normal . ## Hazel your doctor just said take this instead of Metropolol? I am weaning off of the (M) and I would def. call the doctor ..if you don't feel right. but yes it is quite normal for that to happen but I would think one has to be weaned off.. are those two drugs the same in nature? you could try some black strap molasses to slow heart rate down.. Magnesium, organic apple cidar vinegar, maybe some celtic sea salt.. if you can use these ... ## metropolol is a beta blocker and ramipril is a Ace Inhibitor there both for hypertension .As the day goes on I'm starting to feel better , thank you for replying . ## Hi; Y... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Metoprolol.
Mon, Dec 15 '14, 6:14 PM
pregnant and taking 25gm metropolo twice a day
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Hi, I was diagnosed with boarder line long qt, a couple of years ago and was taking 50mg of noten once a day, but now I've fallen pregnant, I was changed to metropolo 25gm twice a day. I have had pretty bad morning sickness where I'm nauses in morning and dizzy all day, I don't come good to around 4 pm in the after noon. I had my blood pressure taken with a mid wife and my blood pressure was 100/ 45, which she said was very low!!! Im not sure if it is the medication or the morning sickness? My heart specialist is on leave, so I can't talk to him about it? Should maybe I only take 25gm a day instead of twice a day? Thank you kindly regards louise. ## Hello, Louise! How are you? Congratulations on the baby! The 45 is very low, though the 100 is considered safe. Were you ha... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Metoprolol.
Tue, Dec 30 '14, 9:18 PM
Doctors in Detroit metropolitan area that take medicaid
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My doctor that I see now is getting senile and I think it's just a matter of time before he retires. Just trying to be prepared. Trying to find another doctor before this happens. ## Need to find a doctor licensed to prescribe suboxone in Dearborn, Garden City, Lincoln Park, Southgate or Wyandotte- Michigan - that accepts Molina Medicaid for suboxone treatment. ## Hello, Greywolf! How are you? There is a search engine you can use on the website, click here. It lets you search by zip code and will include their contact information, so you can see if they are accepting new patients and take your insurance. The FDA classifies this medication as being a narcotic that is most commonly used to treat drug addiction, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause sid... ...
Updated 14 days ago in Suboxone.
Mon, Mar 16 '15, 12:41 PM
I just want to know what amitriptylin looks like
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M 18 ## Well that is a loaded question. There are many, many generic drug manufacturing companies, and each company that makes these pills will make one that looks different and has different markings. There are no laws or rules that say all drugs with the same active ingredient have to look the same, they just have to have unique imprint markings for ID purposes, but how the pill looks, the size, shape, and color, is totally up to the whit and whim of the manufacturer. Now, that said, this pill is NOT Amitriptyline anyway. Pill Image This pill is Metropolol 25mgs, a generic Lopressor, which is used to reduce the workload on the heart. It is a beta-blocker. ...
Updated 9 years ago in Amitriptyline.
Mon, Mar 27 '06, 5:40 AM

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