Can You Get High Off Metoprolol

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metoprolol 100 mg how to get off of this
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I want to stop taking metoprolol ext rel 100 mg. after taking this my legs feel very heavy and stuff joints , can hardly walk. Also very dry mouth, headaches and light tingling of fingers. I am taking this for high blood pressure. How do I get off of this? ## Hello, Linda! How are you? Metoprolol is a beta blocker and it can cause those types of side effects in some people that take it, along with nausea, dizziness, hypotension, hair loss and stomach pain. However, when taking something for high blood pressure, it is very important to not just stop taking it, without replacing it with another medication. If you stop abruptly, it may cause rebound effects, which could include elevated heart rate and blood pressure that could lead to heart attack or stroke. Thus, the best thing to do woul... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Metoprolol.
Fri, Oct 31 '14, 5:33 PM
metoprolol 100 mg
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I have white coat and anxiety. My doctor has had me on Metoprolol 100mg succinate once a day and just switched me to 100mg tartrate twice a day since my BP was high in his office. Is this dangerous or the dosage too high? Seems like a high dosage. ## Hello, Kera! How are you? What are your bp levels at other times? If it's really only high, when you're in the doctor's office, a medication isn't necessary. Even an ER won't treat for that, they will only do so if levels are dangerously elevated. As to the medication, it is actually safe in doses up to 450mgs a day. ## I take Lisinopril 10 mg a day and Metoprolol 100 mg at night. My blood pressure is still elevated around 150s/90s. My cardiologist has told me to double the Metoprolol to 100 mg a day. That seems like a l... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Metoprolol.
Fri, Oct 20 '17, 9:45 AM
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 ## 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. ## 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. ## M32 is Metoprolol 50mgs, a generic for Lopressor. ## Anyone ever get the sweats taking Metoprolol Tarta?? I get them every six weeks!!! ## I h... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Metoprolol.
Fri, Jun 10 '11, 7:13 PM
metoprolol er 25 mg
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Metoproll 25 MG is rounf and has M 18 on one side ## That is correct, this is a 25mg Metoprolol tablet, used to treat high blood pressure and some other cardiovascular diseases. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and dizziness. Read more here: Do you have any questions? ## i came down with uti . i was given antibiotics macrobid. after the last day i came down with fever and chills. then i was given cipro, took for 6 days but uti was still there . finally they checked urine culture, it was e coli bactaria and prescribed ceftin and after 3 days came down with upset stomach . any way i am still on ceftin but lower dose. in between low fever and chills continues off and on. at the same time i came down with skipping heart beats for which they have prescribed topro... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Metoprolol.
Tue, Feb 15 '11, 6:14 PM
Metoprolol TarTa 50mg
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Is metoprolol tarta 50 mg the same as metoprolol 50mg? I normally get metoprolol 50mg!! ## It is the same medication, the tarta is for tartrate and is just a long version of the name that designates the chemical salt. Some pharmacies use it on the labels and some don't. Metoprolol is a beta blocker that is used to treat high blood pressure and some cardiac conditions. It may cause side effects, such as: nausea, dizziness, headache and stomach pain. Learn more: Is there anything else I can help with? ## I have been taking metroprolol tarta 50MG for almost 5 weeks after surgery on my aortic aneurism -and I coninue to have a loss of appetite and nausea on and off -is this normal and should I change medications? ## Ricky, it can take anywhere from 4 to 6 weeks for the side effects to hi... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Metoprolol.
Mon, Aug 03 '15, 8:06 AM
metoprolol withdrawal
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i've been taking metoprolol for several years as partial treatment for high blood pressure. through diet and exercise, i've lowered my BP to the point my doctor says drop the metoprolol. i did, 3 days ago, and i'm soooo tired, dizzy, irritable, and my vision is blurred. is this withdrawal? how long will it last? i remember starting this medication was terrible to get used to. it appears that stopping it is just as bad. ## I am experiencing the same thing and I am tapering off of the metoprolol. I have only been on for a couple of months and now the withdrawal is just as bad. I am down to 12.5 mg two times a day. It is tough. ## it went away after a week or so. i feel great now, and my BP and heart rate have risen slightly, but thats the reason we stopped it. i've lost en... ...
Updated 1 day ago in Metoprolol.
Wed, Jan 17 '18, 7:37 AM
Metoprolol stopped replaced with Atacand
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I have been taking metoprolol tartrate 50 mg cut in half so 25 mg twice a day for 8 years. I been having bad side effects and convinced doctor to take me off Metoprolol. My new High blood pressure med is Atacand 8 mg.. So no wean off just stopped cold turkey and replaced with the Atacand. Today is day one my blood pressure is within the normal but my heartbeats are up about 15 bpm. It's like my adrenals are working again. Feel great already going to meditate daily and try to stay calm to keep the heartbeats down. Has anyone else ever stopped beta blockers cold turkey like I described about any insights would help? ## Hello, Annie! How are you? Yes, I have. Beta blockers usually don't agree with me, so though I tried several, I ended up having to stop them all cold turkey and rep... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Metoprolol.
Sun, Oct 25 '15, 5:57 PM
Ingrediants in Metoprolol
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I am taking Metoprolol,25 mg.,and have been taken off Amlodipine. My pill is white,and labeled M18 with nothing on the other side. Can you please tell me,what medications are combined in it. I have not seen anyone else write about this particular drug.My pulse went down to 30,and I now have a pacemaker,to keep it from dropping below 60. Prior to that,My pulse went up to 140. I only take the Metoprolol,when my pulse gets high.I am also taking Lisinopril,when my Blood Pressure gets to high.If I take the Lisenopril and the Metoprolol,in combination,my blood pressure gets to low,so I cannot take them at the same time,it gets very frustrating. Do you think I should seek a second oppinon from a cardiologist,my cardiologist,told me Metoprolol,would not be lowering my B.P., he said it had no ef... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Metoprolol.
Wed, Aug 14 '13, 8:19 PM
Metoprolol Tart 25mg - Mylan
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I took Metoprolol Tart for 2 months, June - July 09 and my heart rate dropped drastically, admitted to hospital with chest pains, breathing difficulty, dizziness, disoriented, head ache, suicidal/homicidal thoughts, heart rate was 32 bpm. Doctor said it was metoprolol and took me off it (was told later should never go off cold turkey) and my heart rate got up above 50. I continued to have problems (have had high bp 140-160 over 80 for several years) tightness in chest, chest pains, persistant dry cough, dizziness, suicidal/homicidal thoughts, headaches, was referred to a pulmonary doctor and then another and was told I developed severe asthma from the beta blocker, also restrictive lung disease, neither have a cure and I continue to have chest pain and dizziness and dry cough and headac... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Metoprolol.
Fri, Aug 25 '17, 8:56 AM
metoprolol 25mg twice daily
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Been taking metoprolol 25mg tartrate twice daily and by the time I go to bed and fall asleep by bloodpressure spikes during the night. Don't know if the meds have worn off during the night or if I should be taking another pill before bed. Tried to get a hold of my doctor but he is out on vacation. Does any one else have this same problem. I can tell my bp was high cause when I wake in the morning my eyes are blood shot. ## High blood pressure only rarely causes blood shot eyes, it is especially doubtful if it only happens when you are sleeping and goes away. There are a ton of other causes, however, including disrupted sleep. You shouldn't change this medication, without consulting with your doctor, because too much of it can cause unsafe drops in your blood pressure. Have you c... ...
Updated 7 years ago in Metoprolol.
Sun, Sep 26 '10, 1:36 PM
Metoprolol And Stomach Problems
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I been on metoprolol for 2 months and at the beginning I experience severe constipation and now I have loose stools and it makes my sugar drops to very low levels to the point of i can not take metforming any more because I am afraid of an episode, and it gives a constant dry mouth how long before the stomach symtoms go away? ## Actually, the side effects should have hit their peak and started tapering off at around 4 to 6 weeks of use. However, Metoprolol is a beta blocker, used to treat high blood pressure and cardiac conditions and some people tend to have bad reactions to them. If your symptoms have not started to improve, you should contact your doctor, because this is probably not the right medication for you. I also experienced severe problems with Metoprolol and had to stop taki... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Metoprolol.
Tue, Feb 24 '15, 2:10 AM
Metoprolol Er Tab Suc Side Effects
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This drug Metoprolo er tab suc 25mg is used for high blood pressure and they say it will treat cardiac conditions. What I want to know is what cardiac condition does it treat? I have heart fluctions and as far as I know I am not getting any medications for that. my blood pressure at home is always in the normal range 120/65 for my age, 79 but when I am in the DR. office it is always is high 145/ 79. Is there any medications I can take for my heart fluctions? Leo ## What do you mean by heart fluctuations? Do you mean an increased heart rate? Or are you referring to palpitations where you seem to be skipping beats occasionally? Metoprolol can improve cardiac function and is used to treat both of the issues I asked about. Learn more Metoprolol details here. It is a beta blocker, so it is o... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Metoprolol.
Tue, Oct 09 '12, 10:41 AM
Metoprolol Er Succinate 50mg Tabs
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i've taken metoprolol er succinate 50 mg tabs( round white tablet side 1 logo 831) for five days for heartbeat and am having side effects. Is it safe to stop taking after only five days? ## What type of side effects? If you've only been taking it for 5 days, it is completely normal to experience side effects and it may take some time for them to taper off as your body gets used to the medication. Learn more Metoprolol details here. Have you talked to your doctor about it? ## I have been taking metropolol succinate er 50mg for 2 weeks for atrial flutter and afib, my bp has gone high since taking this med. I was taking amlodipine before he put me on metoprolol. My other bp medicine is diovan 320mg and lasix 10 mg. Also cumadin 400mg daily. I'v had mitral valve replacement 4yrs... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Metoprolol.
Sat, Jan 23 '16, 8:13 PM
Metoprolol 25 mg.dosage for 13 years
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I was prescribed Metoprolol 13 years ago for a high/fast pulse rate,i was also prescribed Lisinopril 20 mg. for high blood pressure at the same time.Now that i have been diagnosed with Raynauds Syndrome,my rheumatologist has suggested replacing Met0prolol with Nifedipine XL 30 mg.My primary care doctor would not allow me to go off of Metoprolol without consulting a cardioligist. Cardioligist said decrease dosage to 12 1/2 mg.a day for 10 days and then stop taking it and give my body a break before starting Nifedipine XL.I also take an 81 mg aspirin every day and 4 Aleve 220 mg.for osteoarthritis every day.I need to have surgery on my nose so i had to go off of aspirin and Aleve and just take acetaminophen.All of this is happening at the same time;is Metoprolol withdrawal as well as not ... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Metoprolol.
Fri, Sep 20 '13, 10:44 AM
metoprolol tartrate 50 mg and 20 lisinopril
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I've been taking 20 mg lisinopril a day at 12 noon. I took it today at 12 noon, then my dr. changed it to 50 mg Metoprolol when I saw him this afternoon. Question is, can I start the 50 mg Metoprolol at 12 tonight when I go to bed, even tho I took my last Lisinopril a 12 today? I get bad increase heart beat/pulse at night. He thinks the change in Rx might help. ## Hello, Cheryl! How are you? Did your doctor specify? Are you supposed to take the Metoprolol twice a day? If so, then most likely yes, they meant for you to start at bedtime, but if you're unsure, please call their office to check. Metoprolol is classified by the FDA as a beta blocker that is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure and certain cardiac conditions. Typical side effects are listed as possibly incl... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Metoprolol.
Wed, Feb 11 '15, 4:50 PM
Metoprolol Succ ER 25mg - withdrawal question
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So I was prescribed Metoprolol for high BP and have taken it for a total of about 8 years. It was horrible in the beginning - weird, vivid nightmares, constant fatigue, weight gain..but I kept on because I thought that I had to for my BP. Probably a bad decision. My dosage has been as high as 100mg in the beginning, and was gradually lowered by the doctor over the years. Most recently for about the last year I had taken a half of a 25mg per day, so a pretty low dose. I started to feel as if this medicine was hurting more than helping so I asked the doctor who said that I could wean off. So I did for about two weeks - a half of a 25mg every other day, then stopped. The last pill I took was about two months ago. I still feel as if I'm having withdrawal, but is that still possible two ... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Metoprolol.
Tue, Jul 25 '17, 5:51 PM
Metoprolol Succinate - Discontinuing - Wean or not?
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I've been on 25mg, Extended Release, of Metroprolol Succinate for a while, about four or five years I think - never on a higher dosage. It was prescribed for hypertension, along with Diltiazem and Hydrochlorothiazide. The doctor took me off of the Diltiazem about a year ago, so now it's just been the Hydro and Metoprolol. I've lost 60 pounds in the last year, and my heart rate was very low when I saw the doctor on Friday, so he said to discontinue the Metoprolol. I asked him if I should wean off of them, and he said no, it was perfectly OK to stop them cold turkey. I told him that when I had run out of pills a few months back for about three days, my heart started racing and beating erratically. He still said it was OK to just stop them. I've been Googling this, and can ... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Metoprolol.
Wed, Oct 18 '17, 10:36 AM
Metoprolol for light headedness, dizzy spells low blood pressure?
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Hi, Last Christmas 12/2012 i fainted in a store and went to my GP because well fainting in a store. After ordering some tests thyroid panel (normal), sugar test (not diabetic), cholesterol (less than 150). He sent me to a cardiologist after seeing something slightly off kilter (something on the left axis?) The cardiologist said it was within normal but did prescribe Metoprolol 25mg tartrate 2x a day. He also said to eat a bag of chips on occasion, increase my salt intake and drink caffiene. My questions are: 1. is it normal to prescribe it to a person with low blood pressure Nov 28, 2012 it was 114/99 (i had a cold when this was taken) to 113/59 on Mar 23, 2013. 2. why would he prescribe this when it is normally used for people with high blood pressure? 3. Is it ok to take with multivit... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Metoprolol.
Mon, Apr 15 '13, 11:54 AM
Valsartan, can you stop without withdrawal
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Can you stop this med right away if there's too many side effects? I was on metoprolol, that stuff is terrible. Tapering off it now as it kept causing high blood pressure spikes. ## Hello, Ralph! How are you? As reported by the U.S. FDA stopping such a medication abruptly can create the risk of rebound effects, which may include dangoeursbly elevated blood pressure and heart rate, such effects could cause a risk of heart attack, stroke or heart failure. What problems are you experiencing with it? What are you taking it to treat and what will you be replacing it with? ## Was on metropolo , switched to valsartan , per dr. After one pill of valsartan the next day have problems, get winded just walking to mailbox and back, fast heart rate ,just got back from emerg. Room they checked eve... ...
Updated 24 days ago in Valsartan.
Mon, Dec 25 '17, 2:05 AM
extreme dizziness t
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I take hydralazine 25mg. or metoprolol 50mg. for high bp Both cause extreme dizziness so I can't function. Is there anything I can take that does not do this? Please help as this is ruiningnmy life. I am 83 years old & haave severe kidney disease, diabetes, & copd. ## So you do you take both, or do you take one or the other as you can get them, or they are available? If you aren't taking medications consistently on a regular basis, that could be contributing to the problem, since dizziness can be a typical side effects, according to FDA reports, and it may take 4 to 5 weeks for you body to get used to them and for such side effects to taper off and go away. What other medications are you taking? ...
Updated 8 months ago in Hydralazine.
Sun, Apr 23 '17, 10:57 PM

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