Taking Metoprolol Succ Er 25mg And Coq10

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Rich Says:


I was wondering if anyone is taking Metoprolol and CoQ10 together and if your blood pressure dropped too low? I want to start taking CoQ10 but afraid my BP will drop too low. I see there are different doses, 50ml, 100ml, and 200ml. I was thinking of starting out small and taking 50ml to see how my body adjusts. Any information will be much appreciated. Thank you in advance



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Rich! How are you?

I didn't find any interactions or problems listed between them, but you should double check with your doctor or pharmacist to be sure.

What are you usual blood pressure readings?

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Rich Says:
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Prob between 110/70 to 120/80. Pulse is usually between 55-60 BPM. My doc recommended I ask a pharmacist. Go figure. Lol. I did so and they said I can take it but be aware of any symptoms like dizziness, faint, etc. I may just start on the lowest dose and take it from there.

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ChocolateChip Says:

I am taking Metoprolol Succinate ER 50 with logo M50 (on back of pill) and recently was told from my pharmacist that they can't fill pill with logo of M50 any longer; but can fill with Metoprolol Succinate ER 50 with logo AMO. I normally don't take medications and so I'm a little anxious about switching pills with different logos. Can someone tell me what the difference of these two pills are? Thank you in advance.

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Afib Says:
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I take Metoprolol Succinate ER 25mg in the morning with Eliquis 5mg, and food. Later, after lunch, I take Qunol brand CoQ10, 2 fish oil capsules, a multivitamin, and 2 vitamin D3 gummies. I haven’t been queasy; but, do notice feeling tired about an hour after all that. I thought it could just be food related. My pulse sometimes drops below 53 bpm, so I make myself walk around and it resolves. I hope this helps.

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