Can Metoprolol 50 Mg Be Taken With Nyquil Cold And Flu

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Shelly Says:


My husband currently has the flu and we are questioning if the two medications can be taken together.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Shelly! How are you?

Your husband should check with his doctor, first. From the Metoprolol, I'm assuming he either has high blood pressure or a cardiac condition and, if that is true, he may not be able to take the Nyquil, because some decongestants are contraindicated.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Norma Says:

I'm takin toporol 50mg. . I have a cold, snessing, runny nose, watery eyes, what medication can I take?

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