Metoprolol Side Effect Is It Ok To Take 25 Mg. One A 7 Am And 1 At 1230 P

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TAKING METOPROLOL 25 MG. AT 7 AM AND 1 PM. IS THE TIME SPAN BETWEEN PILLS OKAY



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Verwon Says:

What do the prescription instructions say, does it direct that it be taken every 12 hours, or just twice a day?

What have your blood pressure levels been showing?

Learn more Metoprolol details here.

Some doctors do want you take it them this way, around breakfast and lunch time, so that it helps to control your blood pressure and heart rate during the times of day that you are most active, but some do want you to give more time between them.


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seetaram Says:

iam using metoprolol 25 half tablet in morning.it is not possible to divide half half due to hardly.please inform

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