Metoprolol Withdrawal (Page 123)

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michael Says:


i've been taking metoprolol for several years as partial treatment for high blood pressure. through diet and exercise, i've lowered my BP to the point my doctor says drop the metoprolol. i did, 3 days ago, and i'm soooo tired, dizzy, irritable, and my vision is blurred. is this withdrawal? how long will it last? i remember starting this medication was terrible to get used to. it appears that stopping it is just as bad.



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Txcandy1 Says:
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Re: RV (# 2446)

Do you or Juliya Have an Apple Watch?

I started the med today and tonight at dinner my watch was skipping around, 35, 75, 105, 45 then back to the normal 90 HR and I’m
Pretty sure it was glitching. But since I started the med today I’m kinda freaking that maybe it’s making my heart go crazy. I really think it’s just the watch because it’s happened before but here we go with something else to stress about.

Has your watch done this? If you have a watch

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Juliya Says:
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Re: Txcandy1 (# 2448)

I have an Apple Watch series 6. I have not had that issue. There are side effects when starting any medication until the body adjusts to it being there, which can take a couple of weeks. If you’re worried call your cardiologist to check since you have loop recorder.

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RV Says:
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Re: Txcandy1 (# 2448)

Have an apple watch series 3 haven’t seen something like this only twice it happened hr went from 120 to 199 for a second then came back down and that was in the middle of panic attack.

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Txcandy1 Says:
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Re: RV (# 2450)

I’m
Pretty sure it’s a watch glitch. It doesn’t always happen but I’ve seen it happen before when wearing an oximeter and the oximeter never changed. But since I just started the new med, I’ll call and just make sure it wasn’t really doing
That

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RV Says:
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Re: Juliya (# 2449)

Were you not bothered with the weight loss? Did you go and got any other tests done for the weight loss? I have lost 4-5 pounds in 2 months and i am getting scared of the a** . Sorry for asking you again and again i am just terrified

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Davet Says:
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Re: Verwon (# 3)

I’m coming off of metoprolol ER 25 mg daily. My heartrate is higher than what I’m used to seeing. Will it level back out?

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RV Says:
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Re: Davet (# 2453)

Hey Davet i know you have not replied to me but give it sometime it should return to pre-metoprolol days but will definitely take sometime

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Juliya Says:
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Re: RV (# 2452)

Oh no I was definitely bothered and scared by the weight loss. But it’s evening back out slowly but surely.

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Davet Says:
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Re: RV (# 2454)

Thank you so much for the info. I hope so!

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RV Says:
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Re: Juliya (# 2455)

Did you get tests done?

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Juliya Says:
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Re: Txcandy1 (# 2451)

How are you doing lately mama? How’s the new medication working out for you?

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Txcandy1 Says:
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Re: Juliya (# 2458)

Gah I thought I responded.

So tomorrow marks a week and it was going good. Has lowered my hr especially more so when walking around. But today I woke up and felt super funky/dizzy/and like I was seeing double although I wasn’t. Just super funky. So now I’m like great!

Also someone in a group I’m in said that their dr. Said it can cause sinus sick syndrome but all the research I’ve seen, I haven’t heard sinus sick syndrome as a side effect.

Now I’m just confused on what to do. I don’t want to start a med to have it cause more issues later.

I’m so annoyed with all of this: have you heard anything else about Corlanor?

How are you feeling?

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Juliya Says:
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Re: RV (# 2457)

I did. Once I went to the GI doc and got put on the PPI I was able to start gaining weight again. I also have a Endo appointment this week to address the blood sugars. Once I get those under control I’m sure I’ll be able to put on more weight. Carbs and sugars help with weight gain and I’m stuck just eating protein.

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Juliya Says:
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Re: Txcandy1 (# 2459)

I haven’t read anything. I only looked it up last year when it was prescribed to me. But stopped doing research once I found out I wasn’t willing to pay for it because it’s so expensive. I’m doing same ole’ same ole’. Still waves and windows. I’m glad it’s starting to work for you. Maybe your body just needs a bit to adjust to it. How are you feeling today?

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Txcandy1 Says:
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So I took my Corlanor at 1:30am and at 2:30am I woke up with an overwhelming sense of nausea. Heart was ok, but the more I sat and was nauseous , then the more I started getting that adrenaline feeling and heart rose to about 115. I felt like I needed to puke heavily but I never did. Tried to drink some water but made the feeling in my chest and upper abdomen way worse. I took some ecgs and all said sinus rhythm. I started having a little bit of the shakes too.

I’m laying down now and feeling a tad better but still a little funky with the nausea/stomach but HR has gone back down to 83.

Could this be the medication or something else entirely? I’m so fed up with all this nonsense. I definitely think I need to see a gastro doctor and find out what’s going on with my gut but this literally happened an hour after taking the medication so now I’m wondering if my body is saying nope! Today marks a full week on the Corlanor

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Juliya Says:
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Re: Txcandy1 (# 2462)

I would contact your cardiologist. Also seeing a GI doctor wouldn’t be a bad thing either. Just to make sure.

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Txcandy1 Says:
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Re: Juliya (# 2463)

So I skipped last nights dose and when I woke up this morning my HR was still low and fine and I didn’t have rebound tachy.

I took my regular dose at 2:00pm with food and then right now I had a dizzy spell come out of nowhere so strong I had to hurry and sit down before I fell. Is this normal? A side effect of Corlanor? I’m feeling so funky right now and I’ve never had a dizzy spell this bad

Or is this a mother beeping withdrawal of not taking last nights dose at 2:00am? After only a week of being on the drug??

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Txcandy1 Says:
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Crap guys! I think I’m going through the same thing with this drug as metoprolol and it’s freaking me out.

I took the day dose at 2:00pm but am skipping the night dose which should be right now at 1:30am and I’m feeling soooo weird and gross and it’s freaking me out. These crazy dizzy spells, chest pressure and a little bit of the adrenaline. Seriously!!!?!? After one week!?!? I can’t even miss one dose after just a week!!!! I don’t know what to do. I’m sitting here willing myself not to go to the ER. But I’m getting all these crazy sensations and its making me feel so bad.

I’m skipping the night dose again because of that crazy dizzy spell earlier. I can’t go through another withdrawal. I can’t do this again

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