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highblood ## NEOBLOCK ## Is neoblock a medicine for people with high blood, or hypertension. ## Yes, Neobloc contains the active ingredient Metoprolol. Common side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, headaches and vision problems. You can read more about this medication here: Did you have any other questions? ...
Updated 8 years ago in Metoprolol.
Fri, Aug 14 '09, 9:35 AM
neoblock metropolol
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neoblock submission ## side effects ## is there a possible side effects if it taken by my parents w/o prescription or i can't buy w/o prescription from a Dr. ## The side effects from a medication will not change, whether you do or do not have a prescription for it. Some of the most common side effects include: dizziness, diarrhea, vision problems and trouble sleeping. ## myhusband failed erction after taking the pills, do we have to change the medecine ## Im taking these tablets and im so worried about the side effects for my question is how long does it stay in our body? I took only two tablets in two was last week when I took them. ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Wed, Sep 30 '15, 8:55 PM
Side effect of neoblock
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What are the side effects of Neoblock. Does it contain a steroid which makes a person bigger? ## From what I was able to gather Neoblock is not marketed in the US. I did however locate the ingredient which is Metoprolol. Metoprolol Indications: Essential hypertension Tachycardia Coronary heart disease (prevention of angina attacks) Secondary prevention after a myocardial infarction To learn more click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ## does neoblock prevents a woman from getting pregnant? ## how many times a day will it take neoblock? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Metoprolol.
Tue, Mar 11 '14, 9:13 AM
generic name of neoblock
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indication of neoblock? packaging and preparation of neoblock, classification of neoblock,caregiver responsibility ## Nursing student ...
Updated 7 years ago.
Wed, Aug 25 '10, 4:28 AM
metropolol neoblock 50mg
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This medicine can help for palpitation ## Is it ok to take if I have palpitations due to nervousness because of hypothyroidism? ## Yes, it can sometimes help with palpitations, but you should not take it, unless your medical provider has instructed you to do so. The NIH lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension. Are you on any other medications? ...
Updated 6 months ago in Nausea & Vomiting.
Sat, Mar 25 '17, 9:01 PM
Contraindication Of Neoblock
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what is the effect for 4 years old girl who take 2 tablets? what will we do? ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Sun, Oct 07 '12, 8:07 PM
Neo Block
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What is/are the renal effect/s of Neoblock? Can I give this to my mom sublingually? Thank you! ## wHAT ARE THE SIDE EFFECT TO MY HEALTH OR BODY OF TAKING NEOBLOCK 50 MG AS MY DAILY MAINTENANCE FOR MY HYPERTENSION? AND LOZARTAN 50 MG FOR MY MOTHER. ## My friend is an ITP patient. one of her maintaining meds is neo block 100 mg for her hypertension . I want to know if this medicine will not affect her platelet to lower down, or this medicine has an anti clotting agent? ## Hello is it ok to give my Father the medicine neo block? He had B.P of 200/100. thaks for the response. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Blood Pressure.
Tue, Mar 11 '14, 8:48 AM
Metoprolol Side Effect
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i have my daily mintenance of neoblock 50mg. inorder to control my blood pressure. aside from neobloc i recently taking meloxicam because i have pain on my knees. i noticed that once i take 7.5mg. meloxicam i suffer from headache. is this something to do with my medicines i am taking and may i know if there are side effects of those medicines? ## All medications carry the risk of side effects, even over the counter products. Meloxicam is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory used to treat pain, fever and swelling and it can cause a headache as a side effect, along with nausea, dizziness and stomach irritation. In addition, since it is a NSAID, it can also elevate blood pressure, which could also cause you to suffer headaches. Metoprolol is a beta blocker that is used to treat hypertension ... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Metoprolol.
Sun, Oct 02 '11, 10:21 AM
Neobloc 100
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Neobloc is the maintenance of my hbp... is it possible that i can used any generic for this? coz generic is cheaper than the branded. ## Can i take neoblock tablets 100 mg w/o doctors advice?my BP is 200/127 and im 35 yrs old.. ## WHATS THE SIDE EFFECT TO TAKE NEOBLOC? ## Base on my experience with Metoprolol, side effects are headache and dizziness (when getting up quickly from laying or sitting). If you experience those side effects, report to your doctor immediately (which I failed to do). Well I have taking Metoprolol Neobloc for over 3 weeks and I am not feeling a good difference of it from Propranolol. Mine is a secondary hypertension tho. ...
Updated 2 years ago in Metoprolol.
Mon, Sep 14 '15, 10:57 AM
Side effects of metropolol
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Iwould like to know the side effects of metropolo with the use of kidney dialosis treatment?5B49 ## please expound on side-effects of neoblock metropolol...I've been taking it for 4 years now... thank you. ## Metoprolol is a beta blocker that's most commonly used to treat high blood pressure and certain cardiac conditions. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache and stomach pain. You can learn more Metoprolol details here. As to the kidney issue, you should discuss that with your doctor, this medication is sometimes used to protect the kidneys, but there are some risks that can be associated with it. By discussing it with your doctor, you can make the best decision on what's safest for you to take. Are there any questions or comments? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Metoprolol.
Mon, Apr 29 '13, 6:54 PM
losartan and neobloc together
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Hi, are losartan and neobloc compatible to treat hypertension? Thanks. ## Hello, Maria! How are you? Yes, such medications are often prescribed together to treat high blood pressure, or that which has proven to be resistant to treatment with just one medication. However, they can both increase potassium, so your doctor should be checking your levels regularly via blood work. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache, stomach pain, dry cough and hypotension. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Thank you very much. Your answer is very much appreciated.... ## My mom is 86 years old taking lozartan 100mg and neoblock 50mg and she's having a feeling of side effects on it.. Is their any natural food intake to fight against the side effects. Thank you... ## I'm taking... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Losartan.
Thu, Sep 07 '17, 7:21 PM

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