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Metoprolol 50 mg

Metoprolol 50 mg

metoprolol 50 mg

Apo-Metoprolol 50 mg: Each white biconvex, scored, rounded tablet, identified ‘APO’ over M50′: contains Metoprolol tartrate 50 mg.

Apo-Metoprolol – Type L 50 mg:
Each pink, capsule-shaped, film coated tabled, scored on one side and identified ’50′ on the other side: contains Metoprolol 50 mg.

When your doctor decides whether to prescribe Metoprolol medication, he will analyse the risks of taking it with you based on your condition and your overall health – he will weigh up the potential side effects against the good it will do for you.

The other important thing to consider when your doctor decides whether or not to give you Metoprolol medicine is Allergies:

If you have ever experienced any unusual, or allegic reactions to other medicines, or if you think you are getting bad reactions to the Metoprolol medicine, you need to tell your doctor immediately.

It is also quite important that you tell your doctor if you have any allergies towards anything else, such as animals or foods.

Metoprolol tartrate is a type of beta-blocker which is a medication used in a number of conditions. The beta blocker medicine sits on beta-adrenergic receptors, which blocks the receptor from being stimulated. This results in the rate and force of the heart beat being reduced. Blocking the receptor in this way has many effects on the blood circulation and the heart. Metoprolol tartrate is used to treat many conditions that relate to the blood circulation and heart.

Metoprolol is mainly used to treat high blood pressure and in prevention of the symptons of angina- chest pains. It is also used to help reduce the risk of death after having a heart attack and helps to reduce peoples chances in having another one. This medication helps this by reducing the demands that are put on the heart.

Metoprolol can often be used in partnership with other high blood pressure medication because sometimes the use of one medication by itself is not enough to control the blood pressure and circulation.

There are other conditions that Metoprolol 50 mg is used to treat and these are:

Heart Failure
Arrhythmia (irregular heart rythm / beat)
Symptoms caused by Thyrotoxicosis (an overactive thyroid gland)
Hypertension to lower blood pressure

Angina Pectoris – to reduce Angina attacks

It is also used to prevent Migraines and Heart damage that is caused resulting from heart attacks