Metolar Xr 25 Side Effects

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kannan Says:

i am using for metolor xr 25 for last seven month some times after i taken the tablets my heart beat also very slow and some sutting also coming to ceast area

kindly give me ur feedback

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Verwon Says:

This contains the active ingredient Metoprolol, which is a beta blocker that's most commonly used to treat high blood pressure and certain cardiac conditions.

That said, it can cause slowed heart rate and palpitations in some people, as a side effect.

Learn more Metoprolol details here.

So, it may not be the right medication for you to take and you may need to try something else.

Have you informed your doctor of these problems?

How slow is your heart rate?

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Bela Srivastava Says:

I am taking Metolar xr 25 once a day since 6 weeks after valve replacement, now, I am feeling regular stomach pain. Is this due to side effect ?

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Subrata Says:

I am 50 now. I am taking Metolar XR 25 for 9 days in morning and Amlokind 2.5 mg in afternoon as my doctor's prescription. Now my BP is 140/90. But 2-3 days I am feeling some tiredness, nervousness also more vertigo, body-swings like an 'earthquake'. My doctor is now out of station for 15 days. Do I stop the medicine? Please suggest me.

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Medically Frustrated Says:

I had a heart valve replacement 9 weeks ago and started on 25 mg. twice a day of Metoprolol Tartrate. It dropped my heart rate down into the mid 40s after 2 weeks. Doctor suggested reducing dosage in half twice a day. After another week with little results, it was dropped to 12.5 mg once a day and my heart rate hovered in the low 50s at rest. After a 30 minute, two mile walk, my pulse rate never got up to 60 bpm. I feel exhausted trying to do anything. I get dizzy while driving the car. My stool is like concrete marbles even with large amounts of over the counter softener. Due to the dizziness while driving, I quit taking the medication. Heart rate and stool are back to normal. I do not get dizzy while exercising or driving. Blood pressure is up slightly (10 points)

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