Metoprolol Succinate Er Tab 50mg

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I would like to know why I have this drug metoprolol succinate ER 25 if it was recalled. Is it now considerred safe? Has the lawsuit been heard yet? I want off of this stuff and am so ticked that my doctor not only put me on it but never explained any symtoms, or how it should be taken. Where does responsibility begin with a Doctor today?


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Verwon Says:

A doctor is not a pharmacist and does not have the same schooling. Most doctors prescribe medications according to safety and efficacy, they usually know very little about the side effects or any other information on it.

That said, the recall ONLY affected tablets manufactured by one company, not ALL!

Since it is a generic medication, it is made by several different companies.

As to how to take it, you should follow the instructions provided by your pharmacy on your prescription label.

There are time released tablets, which yours are designated by the ER and they are usually taken once a day.

This medication is used to treat high blood pressure and other cardiovascular diseases.

Side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and headache.

Read more:

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Metoprolol/­

Do you have any other questions?

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Bud Says:

I currently am taking 25 MG of Metropolo Succinate Sa twice a day. The doctor has recommended that I start taking Pradaxa (which is very expensive as I don't have drug insurance & the VA with not provide it). Would it be just as effective if I increased the dosage of Metropolo Succinate SA to 50 SA twice a day??

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Jim Says:

Re: Verwon (# 1)

That is w h y we have a problem with sooooooooo many overdoses now. I was prescribed this pill for pain 1 every 4 too 6Hr. That is 3 a day. I had too argue with my Dr. Too get only 60 a month not 90 over periscribed.


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