Metoprolol Succinate Extended Release Tablets

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Jessica Says:

I have order metoprolol succinate extended release capsules 50mg from Canada Pram. I have a doctor's prescription. The pills are capsules blue on one side and clear on the other side and little white beads inside . I was checking the capsules and cant' find it any where on the internet in that color. All I see is a white pill. Do you know anything about the capsule I described

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DEBRA Says:

I HAVE PILLS YOU POP MOUT WITH THE FOIL ON HTE BACK OF THE PACK , BUT I CANT FIGURE OUT WHAT THERE ARE FOR.....THEY ARE LIGHT BLUE ON ONE SIDE OF THE CAPSULE AND CLEAR ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE CAPSULE WITH LITTLE WHITE BEADS INSINDE, ALSO ON THE LIGHT BLUE SIDE OF THE CAPSULE IT HAS D 75 M....DOES ANYONE KNOE WHAT THEY ARE PLEASE, I HAVE LOOKED ALL OVER THE INTERNET, PLEASE HELP ME,,,,THANK YOU

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Verwon Says:

To the original poster, this medication is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure, or certain cardiac conditions. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension.

I cannot find any information on the other capsules. Is anyone else familiar with them? Can you double check the markings and post back? Thank you!

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