Neobloc 50 Mg

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Verwon Says:
Neobloc contains the active ingredient Metoprolol, which is used to treat hypertension, as well as other cardovascular diseases.

Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and headache.

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ka3nbo1 Says:
Where can I purchase NEOBLOC 50MG here in USA? In the Philippines, I was taking that medicine 2x daily but now that I live in the USA, I cannot find a place to buy that medicine? Please help me. Thank you.

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deimarx Says:
try using generics. METOPROLOL 50mg

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lhove Says:
i am planning to pregnancy,but im taking neobloc 50.can help me if itis ok for me?

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melody garcia Says:
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Is neobloc,lozartan ang clopedogrel is safe to take with oral contraseptive pills?

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