Accidental Double Dose Of Micardis 40mg And Metoprolol 12.5mg

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susan Says:
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I accidentally took 40mg micardis for blood pressure and 12.5mg metoprolol twice this morning. I'm worried about what might happen?



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Verwon Says:

The NIH warns that you may experience more intense side effects than usual, which could include nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension.

How are you doing? Did you experience any issues? Did you inform your doctor of the mistake?

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gene 1 Says:

just want to set in iam on metoprolol 25 morning 50 at night i took lispril 12.5 also i take my 25 morning with listrol 50 mg metoprolol at night .

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