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 What is metoprolol succinate?

Answer Metoprolol succinate, commonly known as Toprol XL, is a beta-blocker medication in pill form that is designed to treat hypertension (high blood pressure), angina pectoris (chest pain) and heart fai... Read More »
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What are Metoprolol side effects?

More common side effects of Metoprolol include fatigue, insomnia, vomiting, anxiety, decrease in libido, nervousness and impotence.  Some side effects which are more serious can include shortness ... Read More »
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Can you take folic acid with metoprolol?

Birth control pills? No. If you intend to abort do it properly and safely and get yourself to a clinic like Planned Parenthood where you can discuss all your options with medical professionals. Th... Read More »
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Has anyone ever taken metoprolol for high blood pressure?

Single BP readings are never diagnostic. As SkepDoc has already mentioned, to reduce the risk of "white coat syndrome" anti-hypertensive medication is never (or should never!) be prescribed on sing... Read More »
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Side Effects of Propylthiouracil & Metoprolol?

Propylthiouracil is used to treat hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid) by preventing the thyroid gland from producing too much thyroid hormone. The thyroid gland regulates heart rate, muscle streng... Read More »
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