Metoprolol and sweating

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443862 tn?1238003039 I don't think the metoprolol, a beta blocker which; reduces the force and rate of the contraction of the heart, is causing this. The medicines that you take for hyperthyroidism might cause some exacerbation of the "hard heart beat" symptoms, especially if they are contraindicated with metoprolol, of course. Your doctor should be on top of this and I would let him know about it, especially if it just started, or is getting worse.
Avatar f tn ), until I blacked out in my car (hypoglycemic episodes can accompany this disorder and are marked by sweating, heart palpitations, etc), and almost took out myself and another vehicle nearby. The description of your symptoms are textbook RGE. Best of luck to you!
Avatar f tn She switched me to 100mg ER Metoprolol to take in the morning and 20mg lisinopril for the night. I had to take my bp every day and went back every week. Every week it would be high at the dr Office and she would increase the lisinopril. Mind you, I didn't take prescription anything prior to this except maybe an antibiotic when needed. Now I'm on these high doses of bp meds. Initially I thought well I'll get used to them, there's always an adjustment time.
Avatar n tn I have had CHF and there is no sweating involved, and I have researched the subject and answered the question several times in the past...its a matter of confusing HA and HF.. It can be explained and there has been a study done on the subject. The study was whether either sweating or skin/blood responses would be impaired in heart failure patients. It was found that for the same level of internal temperature, the heart failure patient does not dilate blood vessels of the skin as much.
Avatar m tn I did try the Atenolol, Nadolol, they are not lipophilic and apparently do not produce CNS side-effects but they lower too much my blood pressure and didn't see a lot of difference between the side-effects from the water solube and lipophilic ones... They all make me tired, some of them are worse and the Bisoprolol and Metoprolol are the worse for me in term of side-effects. The half-life of the Metoprolol is between 3 to 7 hours...
Avatar n tn metoprolol is a beta blocker and is mainly given in hypertension, angina and cardiac arrethmias. it should be taken by the halp of your physician. if you want to goes off it suddenly it can affect alot. so you have to taper off it by steps. Dr.
Avatar f tn 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. When I was on THAT much, I felt like I was nailed to the couch. Now, instead I take coreg as a beta blocker and diltiazem, and flecainide and lisinopril.
Avatar f tn I wake up sweating, but it gets worse after I'm awake and moving, until I take my shower and end it with cool water; then I'll stop sweating for a while, but it starts again as I get ready for work. I'll be most interested in seeing your labs when you get them done.
1529455 tn?1291876214 I suffer from atrial fibrillation and since it is no longer controlled, I do suffer from easy sweating and I think that is due to low efficiency my heart has due to the AFib, not due to the fact that I take beta and calcium channel blockers. That's my experience, it may not relate to yoiu.
612551 tn?1450025775 This has improved, i.e., reduced SOB and sweating, and increased energy since going on a low dose BB and adding the CCB. I still sweat, but happily only if I am actually working hard. Adelaide, rings a bell. I greatly enjoyed a book a few years back by Bill Bryson on his exploration of Australia, including Adelaide. I have been to Melbourne once, must have been about 1995.
Avatar n tn I go to the toilet. Explosive diarrhea and sweating and weakness and faint feeling (some times I do faint or lean on something to keep me from falling over). Then after it's over I get very cold. I still feel a little weak but I feel much better. I drink lots of fluids and am a pretty healthy 25. I don't believe it's all separate diagnoses. Like the vaso vagal and then another one for the diarrhea and another one for the sweating etc.
Avatar m tn My husband has been on 20mg of nadolol since before he started treatment, and continues to be on the same dose now, but initially when they first prescribed 50mg of beta-blocker (before treatment), his heart-rate and bp took a too-sharp nose dive, and they quickly cut his dose down, first to 30 then to 20. (The doctor said some people's bodies can be "very sensitive" to beta-blockers, and dosing was often trial-and-error.I found that a bit disconcerting, but at least he was honest.
Avatar n tn im 30 years old and ive been battling acid reflux, heart arrythmias, panic attacks, anxiety attacks and low testosterone for more than ten years and it *****. right now im taking zoloft,metoprolol,zantac and androgel, so let me tell u from experience your definately suffering from panic attacks, and worrying about it every time it happens only makes it worse, or feeling like your going to die those combinations just intensify panic attacks by 100 times, anyway i hope this helps, good luck.
Avatar n tn Thanks for the response. The fact that I am now returned to having signs again (clenching teeth, sweating, feeling of impending doom, panic)which I have not had for almost 5 yrs since taking my 25 mg of Atenolol- could that mean that I need to have my med increased? Or possibly change to a different medication? THe swelling in my feet has subsided, although the foot pain and other muscle/joint pain comes and goes. I appreciate your comments!
Avatar f tn I am a 24-year-old female and have been experiencing many symptoms for the past couple of years, the most disconcerting of which are sleep problems, weight gain, anxiety/depression, memory loss, and profuse sweating. I recently learned that I have been in tachycardia, which would explain the sudden sweating and heat intolerance. It has been a month now since I realized that I've been above average (my resting bpm is almost consistently about 100 and escalates up to 170 with casual walking).
Avatar n tn I was on the King of Heart monitor and had an ecocardiogram and I was told I was just fine and not to worry about the tachycardia. After my boy was born my heart would really seem to race and the episodes lasted longer until one night it went to 120bpm and slowed only to 100-110. It was shortly after that I was diagnosed with hyperthyroidism. My blood levels are normal now and the doctor wants me to come off of PTU to see if I'm in remission.
Avatar n tn called Ambrotose, it has completely alleviated the chest pain and shortness of breath as long as I take it everyday. And another product called PLUS which supports the endocrine system which is the root problem of this disorder... the adrenal glands aren't functioning correctly, so this helps balance it out. It helps tackle the root prob and not just the symptoms like prescription meds.
Avatar f tn I did have an episode of dizziness so bad I couldn't walk straight and was disoriented, nauseous and sweating. I believe I read a side effect can be psycosis (sp?). 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.
Avatar n tn I did start an extensive exercise/diet program ( no fads or drugs, just watching what I eat with lots of cardio) 4 months ago and lost over 30 lbs and was feeling better and stronger than I had in many years. Went to have it checked out and all tests came back within normal limits except for mild hypertension for which atenolol was prescribed in low dose. It seemed that this drug lowered my pulse rate even lower to around 50 and I felt like a slug.
Avatar n tn Second day back to work I sat down to eat lunch and swallowed my first bite and felt it go all the way down, about the area of my heart as it passed my heart it kind of did a slow beat and then started racing and i started sweating. I felt really strange and went to the ER, Im 6' 175 and my colesterol is 119. Anyway, They took blood hooked me up to an EkG and came back with a conclusion of dehydration and anxiety. They gave me an Iv of fluids and I felt fine but weak.
Avatar m tn Generic : Escitalopram oxalate PPD Drug Class: Central Nervous System Drugs (CNS)/ Psychotropic Drugs/ Antidepressants/ Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRI) Needs a Prescription: Yes Indications: Listed in Dosage. Recommended Dosage: For dosage information of prescription medicine, please consult with your doctor. Contraindication: MAOIs, pimozide. Patients in manic phase. Pregnancy. Precaution: Monitor patients for risk of suicidality.
Avatar f tn I am suffering exactly with same disorder when I am sitting and reading or sitting and surfing on mobile or computer. I first experienced it a month ago. My BP is 130/90 and when I went to doctor , they started giving me medicine "Metoprolol succinate extended" for BP control. But I think it is not related to BP or something.
Avatar m tn Have had various heart test EKG, medically induced stress test, echo cardiogram with nothing out of ordinary found Gets hot and cold sweating episodes off and on, nausea and vomiting, dizziness all seems to go in episodes fine for a week or two then all the above symptoms seem to reappear for a week or two been off and on like this since in recovery stages 2 weeks ago after cardiologist followup appt has been prescribed .
Avatar m tn I slammed a pepsi down and then went to bed. I woke up late the next morning and was in a rush. I walked downstairs and felt this weird vibrating hummingbird like bubble feeling in my chest. For some reason it prompted me to check my pulse. It was skipping beats. I was terrified. I had a mild panic attack and everything eventually went away. I kept checking my pulse and it happened a couple of more times. I was basically scared to eat, drink, or do anything that whole day.
Avatar f tn At 17 I was also told I have mitral valve prolapse. I've had palpitations and fast heart rate even then and was on Metoprolol for years with no help. I stopped even going to the doctor because they told me not to have children. I had 3. Yes high risk and blood pressures were elevated though no real problems. I have been having major issues with my blood pressure and heart for well over a year. Not kidding when I say well over stroke categories (180/110).
Avatar m tn I have successfully gotten off the Escatolopram and am down to .5 of the Klonopin a day. I have gotten down to 25mg of the Metoprolol a day. Is this a safe amount to stop after a week of it?
503727 tn?1210442710 As soon as I get into a place I get so dizzy and my vision is all messed up. I get so hot and sweaty and my heart races. I want my life back. I still dont believe that its just anxiety causing all of this. I feel like I have something else wrong that the doctors cant find even though i have had bloodwork, mri, ekg, and they were all normal. I started taking .25mg of xanax once a day. still dont feel any better yet. So if anybody has any help please give it to me.
733362 tn?1489798536 Doctors kept me on soma for 12 years and will continue. He used to prescribe 120 soma w/11 refills then the rules changed and he gave me 120 Soma w/4 refills, 120 Lortabs w/4 refills and 90 Valium w 4 refills, then he moved away after 25 years of being my Doctor. I never took as many as he rx'd me. 2 soma and 2 valium at night was the most I ever took. I only take 2 Norco during the day. I will need the Norco for pain although it doesn't help much, not like Soma.
Avatar f tn Its been 3 hrs after eating and my heart is still pounding like crazy and I'm feeling dizzy and anxious. I don't know if its the librium withdrawl....as the metoprolol did not effect me this way when i first started it 3 wks ago. I feel like I'm in beta blocker hell and long term benzo hell.. My halter was normal....echo was normal...but, I[ve been bedridden for 18 yrs. My o2 sat meter...when I get up....the pulse goes all over the place. Can anyone from the board here help me....
687079 tn?1230952212 I have the ringing in the ears, dizziness , sweating and so on. I am just exhausted hoping and wanting to feel normal.