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I am treating hypertension with metoprolol.
I wish to lose weight via cardio exercise, any health risks i shouls be concerned about?
I was on metoprolol for anxiety but stopped because my hr was too low. Am I at risk for a heart attack now that I stopped?
Dr prescribed metoprolol 50mg for fast heart rate and anxiety, a friend warned to beware of leg cramps. Can this medicine increase risk of blood clots?
Lots: Metoprolol is a beta blocker class of medicine and used for a wide variety of condtions. Here's just a few 1 : high blood pressure 2: congestive heart failure (reduces progression of disease) 3: suppress abnormal rhythms (eg. Atrial fibrillation 4: prevent heart attacks. There's more! seeing how many indications there are, bet a blockers are quite important in managing cardio vascular disease. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Beta-blocker: Metoprolol belongs to the calss of medications know as beta-blockers. It has many functions, including lowering pulse and blood pressure. It can also be used in people who have weak heart muscles to stop/slow the progression of the disease and perhaps even strengthen the heart muscle. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
In short yes: Yes you can switch the timing but depending on the dose, you can have increased heart rates if there is a prolonged period of time between doses and if there is a shorter period of time between doses, you may have some dizziness from low heart rate or blood pressure. I suggest to switch without side effects, split the dose in half(if not succinate form) and take twoce a day for one transition day ...Read more
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