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was taking 50 mgs of metoprolol sandoz .walmart changed it to 50mgs metoprolol leg It is not managing my bp..It used to be a white pill, and is now pink any body else having problems??? ## My pharmacy just switched mine a couple of days ago, I don't know what the deal is. ## What have your BP readings been that lead you to believe it is not managing it? Has anything else changed in your life, recently, such as change in diet, activity levels, or eating habits? Strader10, since this is a generic medication, it is normal for your pharmacy to sometimes switch which manufacturer's product they carry, depending on what company was offering the cheapest price through their distributor at the time they had to restock their supply. The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly incl... ...

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Generic Diovan Metoprolol

difference between diovan 320mg & metoprolol 50mg Will metoprolol do the same job ## The Diovan contains the active ingredient Valsartan, which is an ARB, while the Metoprolol is beta blocker and it usually takes a lower dose of it to achieve the same results. They both carry the risks of very similar side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, stomach pain and headache. You can learn more at the following links: They both are used to treat high blood pressure, but are different types of medications and work differently. Why has your doctor suggested the switch? ...

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Are metoprolol and metoprol generics for lopressor?

The bottle from last month for my b.pressure medication lists the name as Metoprol but the bottle I just picked for this month lists the name Metoprolol and the pills aren't the same. I switched to a new pharmacy this month and I thought that might be the reason the pills are different. I am not able to go home now and compare the pills by searching for the description. I have one in my daily medication box and I did search it and it came back as a generic version of Lopressor. I feel my pulse is racing and that my B.P. is going up and I know I NEED to take it now. Is Lopressor in both of the medications I listed above? ## Lopressor is just a brand name for Metoprolol, so yes, these medications are all the same. The one listed as Metoprol was just an abbreviation. Learn more Metopro... ...

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metoprolol/lisinopril

low pulse, irregular heart beat ## I take both Lisinopril (10 mg daily) and Metoprolol (50 mg daily. 1/2 AM & 1/2 PM) These pills look a lot alike and it is possible to get them mixed up if not cautious. I did this about three times in a row last week. OOPS. But I'm still here and don't feel any side effects. I will be more careful in the future. Just thought I'd post this. ## i switched my metoprolol by mylan and my lisinopril by mylan to metoprolol by greenstone and my lisinopril by sandoz because it was cheaper but it sent me to the hospital. once arriving at the hospital they took my blood and said that i had a heart attack.. it was scary because i didnt feel right at all after i started takeing the generic forms. now im paying more for mylan but i feel as good as i ... ...

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Metoprolol Succinate ER

I switched pharmacies and the pills look different - it didn't concern me, and research says they are the same thing. However, I FEEL different. My heart starts racing, then returns to normal, and I have tremendous pressure in my head. Pharmacy A uses round white pill w/ M 100 on one side, scored on othe. Pharmacy B is round white with M 3 on it, and a score between the characters, blank on other side. B is the one I am struggling with. Would there be a difference in how I feel? ## Hello, Susan! How are you? Yes, they are both 100mg Metoprolol tables, they're just manufactured by different companies. However, under the Hatch-Waxman Act of 1984, there can be slight differences in the amount of the active ingredient in generics, so this new one may be a little stronger than the on... ...

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metoprolol succ er and metoprolol tab tar

have been on toprol xl (non Generic) for 11 yrs., presc. coverage changed, size of pills discontinued, etc, took metoprolol succ er for 1 month, with no side effects. Taking metoprolol TAB TAR for 8 wks, last four wks, EXTREMELY FATIGUED, some heart palps, just not right, Cardio. wants me to stop taking completely despite all warings not to do that, and without prescribing anything different. Is there a difference bet the tyes of metotropol which could be causing me to feel so awful? ## Yes, there is a big difference. Looks like you were taking a form that is long-acting and were switched to one that is not. As a rsult, you begin to have symptoms after the TAR wears off that you were not experiencing before. PS. Never come off this drug cold-turkey. If your cardiologist is recommending ... ...

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Metoprolol Oval Tab Scored M2t On 1 Side, m on other side

I have been taking metoprolol for 10 years, heart rate hovers between 60-62 and b/p well controlled. Received new tablet as noted above, and now experiencing shortness of breath, tachycardia, and b/p 150/100. Could this be something other than metoprolol? ## Yes, the tablet with that marking is a 50mg Metoprolol extended release tablet. However, there can be difference between generic medications, so you may not be getting quite the same dosage of the active ingredient that you were used to, or you could be having a reaction to an inactive ingredient that you aren't used to. Learn more Metoprolol details here. Have you consulted your doctor? You might also have just gotten used to this dosage, or this medication, so it may be time for a switch. 10 years is a very long to successfull... ...

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Metoprol Tar 25 Mg by Caraco

After switching from Metoprolol 25 mg by Mylan to Metoprol Tar 25 mg by Caraco palpitations & tachycardia have returned to an extent, after only a week. Can there by that much difference? ## There can be fluctuations in the amount of the active ingredient from one generic manufacturer to another, so there is a chance that there is enough difference in the dosage to cause you to experience such symptoms. Learn more Metoprolol details here. The issue, of course, is that these symptoms have the potential to be dangerous. Have you talked to your doctor? They may need to adjust your dosage. Are they both the regular release formulation of the medication? No ER, SR, XR or anything like that listed on the prescription bottles? ## There is nothing else on the bottle, like ER, etc. ...

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Lopressor brand availability

I use to take lopressor, the long pink pill. They switched me to metoprolol succinate 2 yrs ago. I liked the brand name lopressor better as it had no side effects and kept my blood pressure down. The insurance company said they stopped making the original lopressor then. But now I heard they are back on the market. Does anyone know this answer? ## From what I can tell, it is still available, but that doesn't necessarily mean that your insurance will cover it for you, since the generics are usually cheaper. What type of side effects have you been experiencing? The FDA lists the typical ones as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension. How long have you been taking your current dosage? You may need a dosage adjustment, or to try a different ... ...

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