Metoprolol for High blood pressure treatment

We have 188 consumer reports for treatment of High blood pressure with Metoprolol. High blood pressure used in 66% of cases.

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Metoprolol Circle Diagram 124 consumers of 188 reported about High blood pressure

  1. Cindy J. Sandlin says:
    3.0 rating

    Metoprolol for Migraine; Heart rhythm disturbances; High blood pressure

    For about 1.5 years I have an increasing headache, in the spring came then the hypertension and a slight tachycardia – I have also in a longer period of rest (at night, etc.), etc. felt an increased heart rate. Lastly, I had a headache every 3 days, regardless of whether I worked, it was weekend, or it was morning or evening. I was prescribed beta-blockers (metoprolol) and headache tablets (migraine tone). I had to take the beta-blockers once in the morning and once in the evening, the painkillers only when needed. Hypertension and tachycardia have decreased and have temporarily returned to normal. Also the headache attacks came less often. Around the same time, the hay fever period came and I had to take because of various symptoms (itching in the throat, sneezing, etc.) an antiallergic. In the meantime, I have also taken magnesium, as I got calf cramps and these lasted some days. In the meantime, however, I have discontinued the magnesium dragees and paused for a few days, then taken again. For 2 weeks I no longer take the dragees, but will start taking them again. For more than 2 years I also occasionally have the problem that my hands swell for no reason (only the palms of my hands), become red and hot and extremely itchy. Systral, Fenistil, Soventol & amp; Co., but not always. Also, I have long had the problem that my feet are constantly cooking – even in winter. Outwardly there is nothing to feel, they also like to feel cold, but inside I have the feeling that the feet are cooking. Most of my feet are not covered by the blanket when sleeping, otherwise I could not fall asleep. In summer, I put my feet in a bucket of water so that I can fall asleep at all … 4 weeks ago I had an MRI scan because of the headache, it was found that the findings are inconspicuous. For 3 weeks, I have not taken the beta-blockers, since the headaches have occurred more frequently. Blood pressure and heart rate have also risen again. Now I am in 3 days before a blood test and an ultrasound of the thyroid gland before. For about 2 weeks I also have the feeling that my lower legs and feet are swollen, since 3 days this has become extreme. In addition, I have a slight itching on top of the space between the toes for these two weeks – as the person is, of course I scratched and a place has risen. Yesterday, the area around this wound went extremely off (like a bruise) and blushed. Today my feet feel even swollen, my ankle is also much lower. I then just with one finger pressed sideways on the foot – as a dent has remained. Unfortunately, today is only Saturday, but I will tell my family doctor at the latest on Tuesday morning at the appointment of the swollen feet – at the latest!

  2. Elaine L. Chavez says:
    3.5 rating

    Metoprolol for Depression; Heart rhythm disturbances; High blood pressure

    Before irritable bowel, with the use of metoprolol permanent constipation, evening calf pain. Have the drug discontinued, digestion works again, calf pain has stopped. Blood pressure levels continued to increase sporadically, pulse rate continued to remain almost permanent tachycard (even when taking metoprolol, blood pressure was still elevated and pulse rate always in the tachycarden area).

  3. Deborah H. Sutherland says:
    1.5 rating

    Metoprolol for Diabetes mellitus type ii; Stomach protection; Thyroid function under; Sleep disorders; Cholesterol value increase; High blood pressure

    On the whole, I tolerated the medis very well. Except when my sugar is high, then it is already before me dizzy is very much. But I generally find that the drugs today are better tolerated than before. Also in things insulin has done a lot. Since I have since 1985 diabetes type mody 3 and insulin resistant it is not always easy to adjust myself with insulin is just an eternal process. since 1987 I have colitis ulcerosa and since 2002 I am completely stopped by the colitis. I am very happy about that.

    Side effects: No side effects
  4. Mark L. Storm says:
    4.5 rating

    Metoprolol for Sleep disorders; Cholesterol value increase; High blood pressure

    5 years ago I came to the neurologist with depression and mild anxiety disorders. I should start right away with the final dose of 20 mg. It took almost 3 weeks until I was able to work so well through the tbl. That I was able to work. After a long time, I have the anxiety disorder under control, which I can not say about the rest of my life! I have been tired, chipped and listless since taking Paroxetine and Doxepin. What’s more, in the first 1 1/2 years, I’ve gained a whopping 30 kg! You could literally watch as I’ve gotten fatter. Everyone raised me then, whether I was pregnant, which annoyed me in the long run totally annoyed. Even in my own family, I’m only bullied because of my overweight. I have tried many times to drop the paroxetine – but never worked! Already at 1/2 Tbl weiger per day it goes steeply downhill. I have no idea how long I still have to take the shit. My conclusion: I feel like I’m living in slow motion for 5 years … just tired, broken, powerless! In addition, 30 kg more on the rib and sex, I actually really net synonymous net.I wish all here a lot of strength u. Joie de vivre and do not despair …… everything will be alright !!!

  5. Marvin A. Sims says:
    2.0 rating

    Metoprolol for Stomach protection; Cholesterol value increase; High blood pressure


    Side effects: Nausea
  6. Dominic M. Jenkins says:
    3.0 rating

    Metoprolol for High blood pressure

    Who has the same side effects from ramipril (2.5mg) I am 45 years, 172 cm tall and weigh 72 kg, BMI 24, athletic (daily 60 min cycling or walking) In April of this year I had to go to a hospital, because of my spine , When ECG I was asked if I had ever had a heart attack, which I said no. The next day I was given a heart catheter and attested that I did not have an infarct, but …. Please read the result in the attachment. Then I was treated by the family doctor with metoprolol and ramipril and had pretty much all the side effects that are in the leaflet. Metoprolol was replaced by Nebilet in July. Since then, the side effects are lower, but it has adjusted to a daily irregular heart pressure and a heart piercing around the heart. The main pain is about four fingers above the left nipple, a stabbing pain that lasts about ten minutes and gradually fades away. Sometimes it also starts at the top of the heart and stops after 360 degrees. It means that the pain will march around the heart once within several hours, once it is more of a pressure, the next moment is a sting. Since my last visit to the cardiologist, to whom I have again told everything in detail, I should now additionally take morning and evening 1 PENTALONG tablet. Five months ago, I did not have anything yet and now I swallow six tablets daily. Is that the last word of wisdom? Where does that come from? Is it dangerous? Is it the medication? Are there any alternatives to my medications that will fix the problem? Unfortunately, since I have to take the medication, I do not feel well at all and do not dare to burden myself with cycling like I did before, because I’m afraid that I’m trying too hard and I suffer a heart collapse.

    Side effects: Heart ache
  7. Anna V. Biggs says:
    3.5 rating

    Metoprolol for High blood pressure

    For more than 15 years I have had to swallow beta-blockers because of high blood pressure and migraine prophylaxis. Beloc-zok and Metoporol 50 have been prescribed for some time. The initial dose was one tablet and for about 2 years I was supposed to take 2 tablets. Since I’ve been taking beta-blockers, I’ve been steadily increasing. Since the dose was increased, I took about 10kg to predominantly on the stomach, which looks very ugly. My eating habits have been drastically reduced, no snacking, no alcohol (because of the migraine anyway almost taboo), low fat and small portions. I even try to do sports, but the weight goes up! Massive sleep disorders, restless legs, muscle spasms, listlessness, depression and sexual listlessness are added to this weight problem. These complaints were u. a. kept as menopause consequences. On the leaflet there is no indication. Unfortunately, there is probably no alternative.

  8. Robert K. Johnson says:
    3.0 rating

    Metoprolol for High blood pressure

    Since taking Vote 20 mg, I have problems with dizziness, muscle twitching, muscle cramps, tiredness, tingling in the arm and hand on the right, no more strength in the arms and hands. It could also be that come from Votum my Errektionsschwierigkeiten. I have now dropped vote 20 mg and hope that I feel better then.

  9. Ronald D. Gaffney says:
    4.5 rating

    Metoprolol for High blood pressure

    The experience with both drugs (metoprolol + enalapril) was and is catastrophic. Pronounced side effects: Total sleep disorders due to panic dreams, forgetfulness, high depression, massive confusion, memory loss, severe balance disorders, nervousness, aggression and loss of control, in short: total personality change. Weight loss in 14 days 8 Kg. I have to go into psycholigical treatment. Symptoms persist even after the medication has been discontinued.

    Side effects: Nervousness; Sleep disorders
  10. Herbert A. Ross says:
    3.0 rating

    Metoprolol for High blood pressure

    Side effect Metoprolol Dizziness, weight gain, heavy legs (as with a cold) Side effect Ramipril Dizziness, dry cough, edema on the wrists Side effect Rasilez some days Red and swollen face Despite all the medication does not reach a constant blood pressure reduction.

  11. Martha R. Dorsey says:
    1.5 rating

    Metoprolol for Heart rhythm disturbances; High blood pressure

    Since reading the reports of the side effects of other patients, I find that they agree with some of my symptoms: sometimes dizziness, suppose. Weight gain despite eating little (168 cm, 79-82 kg). I’m 61 years old and push the sometimes significant sweats (the water is just so running) always on the menopause, so do the doctors. Maybe this is due to the use of Metoprolol . The fatigue and depression as well as drive and insomnia, lightning in front of the eyes can certainly, lt. other statements, even come from it. Maybe I should change the medication. Unless the cashier pays. Or do I have to pay?