Fatigue effect of Metoprolol

We have 188 consumer reports for Metoprolol. Fatigue effect occurred in 23%.

Patients statistics on Fatigue side effect for Metoprolol

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
151.7
216.96

Average height in Ft
5′ 5″
5′ 10″

Average age
46
54

Metoprolol Circle Diagram 44 consumers of 188 reported about Fatigue

  1. 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 !!!

  2. 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)).

  3. 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!

  4. James S. Gordon says:
    4.0 rating

    Metoprolol for Heart attack

    Mostly on hot days and from time to time even on cool days, I feel uphill a pressure about 4 fingers above the heart associated with shortness of breath. I also had a constant cough and I am always tired. My doctor says I simulate because the investigations are all right.

  5. 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.

  6. 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?

  7. Kathleen D. Silvers says:
    4.5 rating

    Metoprolol for High blood pressure

    I got the medication for hypertension and so I get a bit calmer nervously, get prescribed. I had a lot of side effects that were all considered psychologically by three different doctors. Now that I have skipped the beta-blocker on my own, I can say with certainty that it was not psychic because I am getting better and better with discontinuing the drug. My side effects with Metoprolol were: Fear (extremely, I was already thinking about switching jobs because I was increasingly frightened of working with chemicals and gases (I work in a chemistry lab), which was reversed by stopping the medication dizziness, inner restlessness, respiratory misfire at night, greatly slowed and complicated thinking, fatigue, lack of energy, arrhythmia. My blood pressure was not better with beta blocker than now.

  8. Suzanne R. Jackson says:
    4.0 rating

    Metoprolol for Heart rhythm disturbances; High blood pressure

    Drug moderately affects blood pressure. Pulse drops sharply (from 120 to 47). Constant tiredness, listlessness. Cold hands and feet, otherwise frequent sweating. Acts like a strong sedative. Subdued emotions, i. little excitement but hardly any joy. Tingling and muscle aches. Very unpleasant nightmares, the first time in your life tachycardia at night. Despite the cushioning occasionally muscle tremors and restlessness. Change the personality (from cheerful and spirited, but also anxious and excited to lahmarschig and lazy …) Nevertheless, too high a pulse is of course also extremely exhausting and certainly not healthy. I will continue to search, because this drug is a blow to the head with the hammer ;-))).

  9. Harriet R. Silvers says:
    4.0 rating

    Metoprolol for Heart rhythm disturbances

    I am 19. Had my first ablation at AV 17 due to AV nodal reentry tachycardia, unsuccessful (numbness did not work from the cardiac catheter, trauma hurt scars remained). One day after my 18 the 2 ablation despite the bad experience. This time with success and diagnosis of congenital heart disease. Well, but sometimes to the drug Metroprololsuccinat. I take it again because my complaints are back. Because it is a fault that restores their line. My side effects of the drug are currently diarrhea, nausea, sluggishness, fatigue (if I sleep freely until 11/11: 30) otherwise before taking to 6, noon sleep at 15 o’clock to 17 o’clock and from 20 o’clock I often sleep again when I have no service. Feeling full, stinging in the chest when breathing, paleness, sweating a lot more, no thirst, loss of appetite and heavy feeling of the legs When running as if I had a block of it and in the evening with calm numbness with tingling. Well, I still live and take this medicine. Have a slower pulse 250 thus also low blood pressure and dizziness when standing up or lying down stoop. I take only 1/2 47.5mg already.

  10. Nathan I. Blake says:
    5.0 rating

    Metoprolol for Heart rhythm disturbances; High blood pressure

    Amiodarone 14 days before ablation and since (previous cardioversion unsuccessful) Amiodarone significantly reduces the need for Marcumar (instead of 5 1/2 now 3 1/2 tablets) Side effects Amiodarone for me: drop in blood pressure (therefore Digitoxin and Diovan were omitted), pulse rate significantly reduced, fatigue, lack of drive, slight feeling of nausea, feeling of fullness (therefore not increased), vivid dreams, rarely nightmares Effect: spontaneous return to the sinus rhythm for hours under pulse and blood pressure increase 2. Ablation planned

  11. Tammy L. Gibbs says:
    4.0 rating

    Metoprolol for Heart rhythm disturbances

    In the beginning, I was pretty tired and tired, but after 2-3 days it improved and everything seemed fine, then after 2 weeks, the side effects came: heavy drop in blood pressure with dizziness every time you sit up or get up (even sitting out), Loss of appetite, heavy night sweats, pressure and shortness of breath even with little exercise, headache, constant fatigue, especially after eating so strong that I always need a nap thereafter. The actual effect, however, leaves much to be desired, continue to have the tachycardia, because of which it was prescribed.

  12. Julie F. Stuart says:
    2.5 rating

    Metoprolol for Sleep disorders; Depression; Migraine; High blood pressure

    Under Doneurin and Paroxat only the first 2-3 weeks have some side effects that are also easily tolerated.Metropolol has made in the beginning a little tired.Nortrilen side effects are still on and are among others Severe dizziness, nausea, diarrhea, difficulty concentrating, confusion, head noise, Aggressiveness.

  13. Tamica R. Whitfield says:
    3.0 rating

    Metoprolol for Migraine

    I got my first migraine attack about 3 years ago, but the symptoms never related to migraine. I did not think about it at first, thinking I had caught a virus. Only when the seizures piled up did I go to the doctor. The first thing I heard was whether I might have mental health problems. after I had reacted rather sour then my doctor took the complaints but serious and I went to the neurologist. He listened to my story and then prescribed me Metoprolol for prophylaxis, which I take now for about 2 years. The migraine attacks have improved since then, but I feel like I’m not as resilient as I used to, I’m always tired, I do not feel like anything, and lately, there’s also a sort of panic attack. That’s why I just dropped off the pills to see if I could feel better.

  14. Robert D. Hammond says:
    3.0 rating

    Metoprolol for Atrial fibrillation; Heart rhythm disturbances

    For three weeks everything went well and I had real improvement, but now it seems to me right nachzustauen side effect; mainly at rest: heart and chest pressure, panic attacks and tachycardia for a few minutes, which keep me awake, sleep disturbances, from noon I’m completely impulsive and slack, I’m also otherwise quite unfocused. Lack of appetite due to a feeling of bloating after eating.