People with asthma, a slow heart rate, or heart failure should not use beta blockers, including metoprolol.
The authors postulated that fluoxetine may have inhibited hepatic metabolism of metoprolol.
This is common when you first start taking metoprolol.
Therapy with a beta 2 -stimulant may become necessary or current therapy require adjustment. The underlying causes of these conditions are variable and can be due to genetic disposition, lifestyle decisions such as smoking, obesity, diet, and lack of exercise, and comorb 10. Both drugs are effective in treating people with high blood pressure and angina. These effects may possibly be enhanced in case of concomitant ingestion of alcohol or after changing to another medicinal product.
Reduction in frequency of anginal attacks. This is not a complete list of possible side effects. Concomitant use with anxiolytics and hypnotics may result in an enhanced hypotensive effect.
Ask your doctor before use if you are taking the following medications:
Do not stop taking this medication without discussing the risks and benefits with your doctor.
It is contraindicated in certain patients with certain abnormal heart rhythm disorder and other heart conditions.
Cipro should not be used for treating uncomplicated UTIs, acute bacterial chronic bronchitis, or acute bacterial sinusitis because of the serious side effects it may cause.
If you or any of your family members have this condition you should inform your health care professional.
Not taking metoprolol every day, skipping days, or taking doses at different times of day also come with risks. If the antihypertensive cannot be stopped, patients should not receive amifostine. Metoprolol Tartrate tablets may not be administered to patients with untreated congestive heart failure.