Metoprolol Tarta

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it is a pink pill with number m 32 on it i want to to know what it is for

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hayley michelle Says:
i take this medication twice daily. it is for people with high blood pressure but my doctor also found that it slows my heart rate down. i live with a pulse of approx. 125-135 on a normal bases. i take 1/2 a pill morning and night. i've been taking it for about 2 years now and it seems to do the trick. metoprolol tarta is the off brand of the prescription drug lopressor.

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arthur Says:
I also take this drug to help reduce my blood pressure. This drug help reduce my systolic number, but not my diastolic number. So my doctor added Norvasc and the combination seens to work well.

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Verwon Says:
M32 is Metoprolol 50mgs, a generic for Lopressor.

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Diana Says:
Anyone ever get the sweats taking Metoprolol Tarta?? I get them every six weeks!!!

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Erbjl Says:
I had surgery in early January to fix a prolapsed mitral valve. After the surgery, they put me on 50 mg. of metoprolol tarta 3 times/day. Due to low blood pressure, I was told to cut back to 25 mg., 2 times/day. I have and am also been taking Avepro (150 mg./day) for several years.
I have experienced several of the listed side effects since taking Metoprolol Tarta (lightheadedness, nearly blacking out when I stand up from sitting or lying, constipation with bouts of diarrhea, and numbness in all my finger tips - as if my hands were cold.
Since cutting back my dosage, over a period of perhaps 2 months, I have had at least 3 instances of nearly or totally loosing control of my eye synchronation (double vision) for brief periods of time ranging from several seconds to about 3 minutes at a time. This is not associated with any physical exertion, but does seem to occur when I am very lightheaded.
Has this type of symptom (double vision) been reported in connection with the taking of metoprolol tarta?

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