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Metoprolol Tartrate
metoprolol tartrate
ATC Code: C07AB02, Generic Medicine: Yes, Manufacturer: Not specified.
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Metoprolol Tartrate
metoprolol tartrate
ATC Code: C07AB02, Generic Medicine: Yes, Manufacturer: Not specified.

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Satisfaction

Level of Satisfaction 44%

What patients say...

Effectiveness 51%
Quantity of side effects 55%
Severity of side effects 44%
Ease of use 80%

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Metoprolol Tartrate

10/11/2017 | | 77moderated by Philip
metoprolol tartrate (12,5mg) for atrial fibrillation

if I take 12.5 mg 1 hour before I play tennis, I successfully avoid getting arrhythmia and I have no side effects. If I take 12.5 mg several days in a row without playing tennis, I have trouble breathing when exercising on my elliptical on the third day. If I take nothing on the days that I do not play tennis I have been frequently getting arrhythmia that can last many hours, average HR usua...
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Metoprolol Tartrate

20/08/2017 | | 57moderated by Henry
metoprolol tartrate (50mg) for cardiac arrhythmia

I am/was a healthy person until I developed this cardia arrhythmia and palpitations, mostly after excess exercise, drinking alcohol or stress. In the meantime I also noticed that, as time went on, the episodes were occurring more frequently. I was put on 1 50 mg tablet of metoprolol. The arrhythmia has stayed away but I can't manage even a sip of alcohol. My body had to work really hard to adju...
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Metoprolol Tartrate

31/07/2017 | | 23moderated by Henry
metoprolol tartrate (100mg) for migraine

I was given 15 x 50 mg of these from an unknown-to-me brand for my regular migraines. One day I took one as I felt a migraine coming on. Result: Briefly unwell then 8 hours after taking it I fainted because of my extremely low BP. I had three layers of clothes on while others were parading about in bikinis, I was somewhere else entirely! I've still got 14 of these left but I never want to take ...
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Metoprolol Tartrate

25/07/2017 | | 38moderated by Philip
metoprolol tartrate (50mg) for heart attack

I was given this drug in the hospital and after a few days we figured out that this was the reason I was lying around in bed, could hardly move, was struggling to talk. I even noticed myself that I was speaking really slowly and couldn't do anything, I was basically a zombie. I hope other people are able to benefit from it but for me it was a terrible experience. Seems to happen more often in c...
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Metoprolol Tartrate

24/07/2017 | | 50moderated by Susan
metoprolol tartrate (200mg) for high blood pressure

Before I started taking the medication metoprolol succinate I had quite a few headaches every day, migraines 3 to 4 times a year (couldn't bear any light or sound, nausea), now and then palpitations. This has all been managed by my GP with medication to sort out my blood pressure!
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Metoprolol Tartrate

06/06/2017 | | 51moderated by Susan
metoprolol tartrate (100mg) for atrial fibrillation

Got this for chest fibrillations. Works by limited heart rate frequency and does it really well too. After a cardioversion had normal heartrate for two days then unfortunately back to check fibrillations.
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Metoprolol Tartrate

27/05/2017 | | 24moderated by Charlotte
metoprolol tartrate (25mg) for increased heart rate

I have developed an increased heart rate because of stress, the psychiatrist says I have to keep taking this even though I want to stop it, so many side effects (weight gain, urinating a lot, restless sleep, sore eyes) that I never had before I started taking this drug. I'm on a low dose of 25 mg, I still want to speak to him about it but he just keeps telling me I have to take it.
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Metoprolol Tartrate

26/05/2017 | | 74moderated by Charlotte
metoprolol tartrate (100mg) for increased heart rate

Started on 100 mg. Resulting BP 87/60 (never had high BP). On 50 mg still didn't feel great. Reduced to 25 mg, perfect. I buy it in Bangkok because they don't have it where I live. It's made my StadaPharm (a German company). The doctor prescribed it after I had an angioplasty.
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Metoprolol Tartrate

19/05/2017 | | 72moderated by Philip
metoprolol tartrate (25mg) for cardiac arrhythmia

The intended effect of the medicine didn't work on me. Palpitations and arrhythmia stayed the same but my heart beat regular dipped below 40 - 30 per minute. The side effects were really bad (Headache, dizziness, absent-minded, no energy, nausea, generally feeling unwell). Regularly felt like a zombie, absolutely no desire to do anything at all. Stopped about 1 month ago and started taking supp...
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Metoprolol Tartrate

16/05/2017 | | 44moderated by Charlotte
metoprolol tartrate (50mg) for heart failure (HF)

I've been on metoprolol, as well as Ramipril and spirinolacton, since 2012 because of heart failure. Since then, because my pump function went down to 17%, the dose was increased to 200 mg a day. This gave me really low BP and I was really tired and grumpy. In consultation with the doctor, reduced this down to 50 mg. Pump function increased to 35%. I work full time. And I try to take as few med...
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Metoprolol Tartrate

13/05/2017 | | 28moderated by Charlotte
metoprolol tartrate (50mg) for increased heart rate

up to now (luckily) I've only had to take this once after having an increased heart rate for about 5 hours. The GP did advise that it might trigger my asthma which is unfortunately the case; totally breathless the day afterwards. But my heart was calmed within an hour of taking it
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Metoprolol Tartrate

10/05/2017 | | 18moderated by Henry
metoprolol tartrate (100mg) for heart pain

Started on 25 mg, this didn't help though so quickly moved up to 50 mg, the 50 mg was also not effective quickly enough so I ended up on 100 mg. Had lots of problems with side effects, including extreme tiredness, breathlessness, skin rash, mood swings, cold hands and feet, discoloration of the hands, unsettled etc.
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Metoprolol Tartrate

09/05/2017 | | 43moderated by Charlotte
metoprolol tartrate (12,5mg) for migraine

Since I started taking this I've had little, if any, migraine attacks. There is some mild fatigue and dizziness but nothing extreme. I put a lot of stock in this.
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