Metoprolol Succinate 25mg

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noreen Says:


I'm so tired... have been taking it for 1 month and getting more tired each day. Is this a side effect?



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Verwon Says:

Have you consulted your doctor? These can be normal side effects, but they should start to taper off after about 4 to 6 weeks of use. Have you been checking your blood pressure? How have the readings been?

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I have been on metoprolol for about 8 yrs if not more. I did not realize that I've been skipping taking the pill regularly due to my mother passing away and also started taking viibryd a month and half ago. Out of nowhere I started to feel racing heart beats, labored breathing, stiff & swollen fingers, blurred vision, very angry, very very sleepy and more depressed. I thought it was the viibryd which I spoke to my doctor about who wants me to wean off the viibryd not knowing that the metoprolol could be causing these effects on my body. I don't know if I also mentioned my chest feeling very tight as well. I started the metoprolol initially due to palpitations brought on by anxiety.

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