Metoprolol Tart 50 Mg Tab Leg

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Crystal Says:
C 74 round pill is Azor (active ingredients Amlodipine 10 mg and Olmesartan 20 mg). Which is the brand name of an oral antihypertensive medication which combines two antihypertensive agents in a film-coated tablet.

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Judi Says:
I was given a prescription of metoprolol tart 50mg tab leg The pills are pink w/number of C74 I am confused I took back to the pharmacie and he said they were not Azor. Please advise

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Crystal Says:
I located your pill, Click here to see a picture of the pill. If this is your pill, it's Azor (active ingredients Amlodipine10 mg and Omesartan 20 mg) If this is not your pill, please post back so I can better assist you.

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Doris Says:
what is the difference between metoprolol tart 50mg tab leg and just metoprolol 50 mg tab?

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Paul Says:
I have been taking Metoprolol for years but seem to run into a problem when I got Metopolol tart 50mg tab leg. This was larger than my dose of 25mg and a different pill. I wonder if the drug I got made in India has the correct ingredient . The pharmacist said to just break them in half and I did but my heart would beat hard for a few seconds when ever I moved. I quit them and got a new prescription and am feeling better. Any one else have this problem?

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Granny Says:
This pill is pink with c74 on the top from Walmart and it make me shake. How long should I take this pill?

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Elizabeth Says:
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Yes, I would like to know the difference, too. The lowest my BP has been is 150/108. The headaches are horrible with the BP being so high.

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