Could I take aspirin with toprol (metoprolol)?

Yes, if no other. Contraindications to each. They should not interact. However, if you are on any other blood thinners, please discuss with your physician.

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Can I as an 18 year old male with high blood pressure take a baby aspirin everyday? I'm on toprol (metoprolol). Omeorazole and Synthroid daily

Yes. No intereference with any of these drugs, although omperazole should not be taken at your age for more than 6 years! Read more...
Yes but..... No real data that demonstrates benefit with your profile and your age group. Read more...
Omeprazole over used. I see no problem with the Aspirin but agree that Omeprazole is not indicated for long term use. Read more...
Aspirin in 18 y/o. Before you go on Aspirin forever, how high is your blood pressure? What is your family high blood pressure and cardiac history? Your treating physician will take all of these factors and more into consideration before sentencing you to a life-time of any medicine! Read more...

Have hypertension and currently on simvastatin, metoprolol, low dose aspirin, Benicar (olmesartan) hct. Is it ok to take Cialis will it conflict with any of these.

OK. Be aware that metoprolol can cause erectile dysfunction and you might benefit from switching to a different drug before trying cialis. Cialis is compatible with your meds - it must not be taken within 24 hours of Nitroglycerin in any form. Read more...
Cialis. As long as you do not have severe heart diseas or angina requiring nitroglycerine, it is save to use. Read more...