Depressive moods effect of Metoprolol

We have 188 consumer reports for Metoprolol. Depressive moods effect occurred in 2%.

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Metoprolol Circle Diagram 3 consumers of 188 reported about Depressive moods

  1. Christina T. Ford says:
    4.5 rating

    I take metoprolol for migraine and infarction prophylaxis only recently, the side effects are, I can only agree, not insignificant: Tiredness, listlessness, sweating and my depression came back. However, this may be related to the fact that I have a very low blood pressure by nature and a resting heart rate of 2 strong migraine attacks with aura per week: a normal libido, creativity, enjoyment of the beautiful things, inventiveness. Because of the depression, I’m back in treatment and I’m sure that the nausea and fatigue is still relativized a little. With weight gain I have so far no problems, I have rather decreased (less frustration than with migraine, and weight gain because of drugs is fast for me (with cortisol 15kg in 2 weeks)).

  2. Lee D. King says:
    2.5 rating

    Metoprolol succinate 98mg 1– led to heavy daytime fatigue after dose adjustment. After getting enough sleep (8 hours) he fell asleep several times on the way to work at a red traffic light. Listlessness, sadness!

  3. 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.