Alternative Medication To Metoprolol Succinate Er + Amlodipine 50/5 That Does Not Cause Erectile Dysfunction

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Roger Says:

Can you please suggest alternative medication to Metoprolol Succinate ER + Amlodipine 50/5 mg [taken for High Blood Pressure] that does not cause erectile dysfunction?

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Verwon Says:

All medications that are used to treat hypertension and cardiac conditions risk causing erectile dysfunction as a side effect, it's just due to the nature of how they work on the cardiovascular system. So, unfortunately, there isn't any particular drug that can be recommended.

What you really have to do is work with your doctor to find what works for you, while causing the least amount of problematic side effects.

I understand that it's very frustrating, I am very sensitive to medications myself and it took months before we found some medications that worked for me, without making me miserable.

Here's a link to an article about hypertension that includes details on lifestyle modifications and how they can help, as well as a medication section with a link to the various drugs that are used, so you can research them and then talk to your doctor about them.

You can learn more hypertension details here.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Roger Says:

Thanks a lot. Will consult with my Doctor.

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MURTY 67 Says:

METO ER 50 is not available in the market because the company M/S MANO PHARMA is said to be in trouble. PL inform the substitute.

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dpuri Says:

I took metoprolol 25 mg for angina and it caused impotence. I am looking for any advice, please write back. {edited for privacy}

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Ski Says:

Can metoprolol succ. ER 25 mg users get relief from ED symptoms by taking Sildenafil?

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