Metoprolol Succinate Er 50mg Tabs

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medium size, white, oval, scored tablet, number 369 imprinted on tablet

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jimmy Says:

Metoprolol Succinate Er 50mg Tabs with numbers 369 imprinted. Have been recalls of this drug or class action suits, also has anyone using this drug developed severe back pain

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Verwon Says:

The drug manufacturer, Ethex, has voluntarily recalled most of their products due to fears of possible quality control issues.

Back pain is not listed as a normal side effect, so I suggest you speak to your doctor in order to obtain a proper diagnosis.


Has anyone else experienced unusual problems using this?

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jimmy Says:

Thank you for the insight, as to quality control issues do you know what there concerns were.

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Verwon Says:

No, I am sorry, they did not release that information.

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jimmy Says:

there is more to this drug than is being told, and I would appricitae anyone with knowledge to come forward. one concern is has this been linked to any form of cancer

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Shanni Says:

Just got perscribed Metoprolol ER Succinate 50mg tablets. Are these safe and what is the most common side effect?

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Beverly Says:

I have a low grade headache everyday for 2 weeks while on this drug.

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Pearlie Mae Says:

I've been placed on metoprolol tartrate 50 mg t for
blood pressure and ever since I started taking it, my
blood pressure is higher than it's ever been.
207 over 95 --- 218 over 86 and so on. This has been going on over 2 weeks. He said I needed to give it time to get into my blood system. What should I do?

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DeeDee Says:

One side effect is they are addictive. If you need to get off them, it must be done slowly. If I forget to take one, my heart jumps out of my chest and I feel poorly. So make sure you take it as prescribed and keep a couple with you in case you leave the house without it. Kind of a pill prison we are all in. I have taken this med for 10 years so my body is really addicted by now. Am having trouble with all the generics. Some don't agree with me.

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