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Betty Says:


I am allergic to propylene glycol. I cannot find a drug mfr. who does not put it into metoprololBett



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David Says:

Hi Betty,

From what I could gather, it looks like all of the Metoprolol tablets (including the Canadian version) either contain Polyethylene glycol or Propylene glycol; both of which are considered toxic substances.

You might want to inquire about this with a compounding pharmacy.

I'm not completely familiar with their policies, but it's possible that they may be able to create a formula of Metoprolol that fits your individual needs. Something worth looking into for sure.

Does anyone know why they actually use propylene glycol in tablets when it's primary use is for antifreeze?

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