Embeta Xr 25 Extended

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Delvi Says:

My doctor has advised me the Embeta Xr 25 extended in place inderal 40 mg which I was taking twice daily as I was having some palpitations of the heart.
I am suffering from mirital stenosis of the heart, but the valve contraction is very minimal and i am having this for the past 30 years.
My echo was taken, there also it was pointed that every thing is under allowable limits.
I told my doctor that some time back, I was advised by another doctor to change my bp tablet, I did, but on taking that I felt very uncomfortable, so I again reverted back to Inderal.
Earlier I was taking inderal 10 mg, then on the advise of this doctor (who has specified now Embeta) the dosage was increase to 20 mg twice daily, then again when after some years I reported of palpitations , he increased the dosage to 40mg Inderal twice daily. Now again when I complained of palpitations after about 3 years of taking 40 mg dosage, my doctor has advised change of drug and the above drug i.e. Embeta Xr 25 extended 1 tab every day one time is advised.
Pl advise whether any adverse effects would be there if i take this new drug stopping the Inderal which I have been taking so far.

Thank you

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Verwon Says:

Embeta XR contains a time released formulation of Metoprolol, which is a beta blocker and has been shown to be very effective at treating conditions such as yours.

Learn more Embeta XR details here.

It doesn't carry any greater risks than the Inderal did.

Are there any other questions?

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