I Ve Been Prescribed Metoprolol Tartate And Then Along With It6 Take Lisinoprol

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Joe Says:


why prescribed 2 BP meds. Metoprolol Tartate 12.5mg 2x daily and a 20 mg tab of Lisinopril once a day.
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Verwon Says:

More than one medication is often prescribed, if someone's blood pressure still shows elevation and one medication isn't doing the job by itself.

Metoprolol is a beta blocker and the Lisinopril is aACE inhibitor and combining two different hypertension medications like this may result in better lowering and control of blood pressure.

Learn more Metooprolol details here.

Learn more Lisinopril details here.

What have your BP levels been?

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May Says:

Can Metropolol tartrate cause nervousness and jitters, sweats? Also taking it with lisinipril

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