Metoprolol Succinate

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Diane Says:

wouldl like to know the side affects

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Momma V Says:

I was prescribed 25mg of Metoprolol Succinate once a day. Does it work the same to divide the pill in half and take 12.5 mg in the morning and 12.5 mg in the evening? I want to wean myself off of this medication. I was prescribed this for Afib.

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Verwon Says:

This medication is listed by the FDA as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotensions.

Momma V, how are you doing? Has there been any change?

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Momma V Says:

Re: Verwon (# 3)

Thank you for replying. I am not really having any of those problems. I am having hair loss and I don't want to be on any meds for afib. The doctor now wants me to go on an anticoagulant and the spiral is starting with meds. I want to wein myself off metropolol by just beginning to take 12.5 once a day instead of 25 mg once a day. That is why I want to cut them in half. What do you think?

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Wanda Says:

My doctor is giving me metoprolol ext 25mg twice a day. Is this a normal dose.

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