Metoprolol side effects sweating

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I did 2 days on 40 mg of Propranolol and I had the same side-effects than on the metoprolol... and I guess it's not side-effects but anxiety symptoms that I experience. Also when I return on the Propranolol for 2 days at a bigger dose, my blood pressure and pulse rate wasn't under control at all, heart rate was in the high 80 sit at rest and 150 and more just walking in the house...
metoprolol side effects.... well, I guess they are real, but you learn to live with it. The side effects are easier to live with than a resting rate of 150 and then going up and up from there. When they were trying to control rate with JUST beta blockers... I took 200 of propranolol and 300 of metoprolol and occasional 100 of labetalol here and there. It helped but it worked a LOT better when other classes of drugs were added. Since the point is to slow you down, it generally SLOWS you down.
I take Metoprolol, 25mg 2x/day for AFib, which began in 09. Side-effect symptoms began within 2 or 3 days of starting the medication in 09 and I just couldn't stand how it made me feel. I've been on it regularly since mid-2010 when AFib events began happening within a week or so of each other; it got scarier and scarier. I refused to take it before that because it caused such severe side-effects....
4. After a minute of sweating I suddenly feel something coming out of my rear end. I try to squeeze it out and only a hard stool comes out. 5. The sweating stops and the stomach cramp subsides. I think everything is over and I clean up. I walk out of the toilet and in about 2 minutes time the stomach cramp and the fainting sensation comes back (I've fainted only once to date from this and was out for about 15-20 minutes). 6.
I had been on Lithium for bipolar for 4 days, but I stopped it due to side effects. Could the brief period I was on Lithium have triggered this bout of racing pulses? I told the docs about it but they never seemed to be concerned about it and just said my heart was normal. So I started taking the Metroprolol 25mg and I do notice my heart is calmer although I still get skips I don't get the racing. At first I wanted to see if I could manage on just 25mg a day once in the morning.
In the meantime, if any of you are on the pill you might want to discuss possible side-effects with your GP.
Depression, diarrhea, dizziness, itching, rash, shortness of breath, slow heartbeat, tiredness. The chest pains are another issue and could be the result of restenosis of the previous treatment of angioplasty (balloon, stent?). The symptoms of chest pain, excessive sweating , etc. is consistent with ischemia (lack of blood flow) possibly with restenosis or other blockage. It would get an immediate checkup, if it is ischemia there can be permanent damage to the heart cells.
Go to Google and type in the name of the meds she is taking and next to it "side effects" i.e. "metroprolol side effects" and it takes you instantly to the side effects of that medication.
When you are hyperthyoid (you are), night sweats is common. Vivid dreams sounds so much nicer than nightmares. Got to make the side-effects sound as pleasant as possible. The "vivid dreams" may subside before you go off the Metrapolol. What is Metrapolol? When I Google search it, everything is in spanish or japanese. Do you mean metoprolol? That's a Beta Blocker to control heart rate. When do you see the doc again? Are you going to be given something for the hyperthyroidism?
If these stomach pains are from the new meds(side effects) will they go away?Anything else you can tell me would be greatly appreciated.Thank you.
The classical treatment being beta blockers and calcium channel blockers which each have the associated side-effects. I take both to control my atrial fibrillation driven HR and that keeps my resting HR in the 80s. Of course, when you are up and around a HR over 100 is normal and if climbing a hill/stairs or fast walking/jogging the HR may well go over 140 and be just fine - depends on your age.
In the US - Call your doctor for medical advice about side effects. You may report side effects to FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088. In Canada - Call your doctor for medical advice about side effects. You may report side effects to Health Canada at 1-866-234-2345. PRECAUTIONS: Before taking metoprolol, tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are allergic to it; or to other beta-blockers (e.g., atenolol, propranolol); or if you have any other allergies.
Given the pain and more inflammatory sounding nature of your complaints and your duration of therapy, i doubt its related to the beta blocker. on a side note, some other beta blockers are thought to have a little more central calming effects as opposed to atenolol. Mainly propranolol and metoprolol.
My bp is still really low but doctor said the way I was feeling was side effects of meds and body was just not use to it yet. Now im not dizzy, but if I were u,i would tell doctor about your symptoms,mays meds are just not right for you.my mom went threw 5 until she found one that works with her body. The chest pain I wouldnt ignore.
My question is were any of you given this and if so did it made your symptoms worse or what side effects did you experience? I have sinus tachycardia and occasionally Have atrial tachycardia episodes. I'm 28 yr old female. I have noticed since changing I'm moody all the time very dizzy and pass out more frequently. Thanks!
thx again!! i just heard that powerful drugs could delay seroconversion,,and based from my experience this drug has some nasty side effects. i just though this would be one of those "powerful drugs"that could prolong my window period. i just needed reassurance from people around here. so my 85 days would be conclusive right?
Was even able to reduce the metoprolol as I hated the side effects of that drug. But I opted to have the thyroid removed because I was concerned about the side effects of the methimazole long term and when I met with the surgeon I was just so miserable...that was before the methimazole really took effect.. I think it was a mistake to have the thyroid removed as being on the Synthroid is a killer for me..
Also tell them if you smoke, drink alcohol, or use illegal drugs. Some items may interact with your medicine. What side effects may I notice from receiving this medicine?
Have you read over the side effects? Nervousness is also a side effect of Norpace. I don't know if any of this is helpful, but I certainly would get back to the doctor and ask about trying another med.
Prevents vasodilation - Short lasting effect (may be beneficial to prevent too slow heart rate at night) - The worst side effects regarding cold hands/feet (vasoconstriction) Metoprolol: + Reduces blood pressure more than nonselective beta blockers (may be bad in the setting of low blood pressure) + Available in controlled release formula + Weaker effect on sinus node than propranolol, may prevent premature beats during rest - Will cross blood-brain-barrier, may cause depression or lethargy -
Actually we cut to 12.5 at night and 25mg in the am. What are his side effect from the Metoprolol? Excessive sweating. It is winter and he keeps turning the thermostat down to 60 and we are all freezing. I don't now if anyone knows this but aspirin interfers with the absorbtion of Metoprolol. When we reduced his aspirin he started to have more side effects from the metoprolol. Now he is complaining that his nipples are stinging.
I just took 2nd dose and 2-1/2 hours later feel a bit light headed maybe due to mild headache and lack of fluid intake. This drug has a ton of side effects which scares the crap out of me. One being anxiety which I already have. I'm wondering if there is a natural way to get heart back into shape like completely cut caffeine exercise more stress less or foods perhaps? If anyone has a recommendation I'll for sure look into it. I'm 38 with 4 kids and don't want to be on meds the rest of my life.
This is hard because my instinct is to pant from the shortness of breath, but it works. Laying down on my left side makes the effects of the SVT less extreme for me, including getting rid of that feeling that I'm going to pass out. Decongestants and caffeine kick off the SVT for me within a few minutes of taking them and they seem to be fairly common triggers. I don't know what else to tell you but to hang in there. It's frustrating, I know, when it just happens out of the blue.
Barry because of your heart issues you really need a doctor on board. You need to tell them about the side effects of the lisinpril and the metoprolol. The heart palpitations, elevated bp and sweating are withdrawal symptoms. You need to be on the bp med it is important. The benzo withdrawal, along with your bp and heart issues really need to be monitored. There are lots of other bp meds they could prescribe. It's not uncommon to have to try different ones until you find the right fit.
I do feel very tired late in the day and have a bit of dizziness when I turn my head to either side quickly. Can you tell me about other side effects of these drugs? Is constipation one of them? Also, if I am symptom-free for an extended period of time, what is the likelihood that my heart specialist will reduce the dosage or eliminate one of these drugs?
I had a similar experience. Having pvc for years I started to feel dizzy all the time.I just did not feel right. Had every test! MRI, strees, echo, month long monitor, blood ect. The Dr kept telling me it was anxiety. He even put me on anxiety meds. I even changed Dr's. I just knew something was not right. Finally I hap a bad dizzy spell with my heart pounding. My new GP put a 24hr monitor on me and told me to go to the ER if it happens again.
I did some research on my own and I found that Metoprolol has a list of "Rare side effects", that include, Back or joint pain, Chest pains, shortness of breath, or decreased ability to walk. which describes exactly what I am feeling. I am going to print the page and show my doctor next week when I go in to see him. it might be as simple as trying a different medication.
Look up the side effects of Topamax. My son also took it for migraines. The whole time he was on it, he did not have a single migraine, but the side effects were horrible for him(14 years old). The searching for words and brain fog are side effects, and being a student these were hard to deal with at school. He also became much more nauseated.
So the flu-like feeling could be a side effect of the beta-blocker. Hopefully they can find you a remedy without the awful side effects. Good luck to you.
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