Metoprolol with lisinopril

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Avatar n tn is it safe to take metoprolol 50mg er lisinopril 10 mg and hctz 25 mg all once a day
Avatar m tn I do not want to be on this drug and feel there is no need for it. I have mild hypertension and proir to metoprolol was taking low dose of lisinopril which I am back on now.
Avatar n tn Hello, thank you for taking the time to answer this question. I have been diagnosed with Mitral Valve Leakage. I do not know the specific RF numbers associated with this. I read via the net that in time either mitral valve repair or replacement may be needed. The Cardiologist I am seeing has placed me on 5mg of Lisinoril. I am wondering if this is a theorpy for deplaying surgery or is it a long term plan to treat the leakage. I am also on 25mg Metoprolol twice daily.
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.
443862 tn?1238003039 Is anyone taking metoprolol? It's driving me nuts! I do have anxiety disorder. And of course knowing they gave me this to lower my heart rate makes me nervous. And with my anxiety disorder I am taking my blood pressure every hour. I know that doesn't help. But dealing wit the metoprolol, it has dropped me to 88/55 at times, today 112/73, then 93/55 then 142/70. I get hot flashes, shakes, tingling arms, a general feeling of panic when I see my reading is low or I feel the shakes....
Avatar m tn I have been taking Lisinopril for 2 years and since then my resting heart rate is between 90-100. Here recently though after I take Lisinopril it has jumped to 130 when walking 100 when resting. I take Lisinopril in the morning and my pulse jumps but at night it gos back to being okay (Lisinopril's half life is 12 hours). I haven't taken today because I was out but my resting pulse is 90 and when I went to WalMart it went no higher than 110 unlike 140 yesterday.
Avatar f tn I am concerned that nobody has told me that taking buproprion with metoprolol can cause an interaction of increasing the affects of metoprolol. The doctor didn't and neither did the pharmacist until I read about it and called to ask. It also suggests that metoprolol isn't always a good mix for those that have sleep disorders.
Avatar n tn I apologize if this is in the wrong section. I was put on metoprolol about six years ago for hypertension and palpitations. I have been eating right and have lost some weight over the last year. I have been taking 100 mg at noon and 100 mg at midnight. For a while now my resting heart rate has been very slow anywhere from 39 bpm to the low to mid forties and I've felt like a zombie. I went to my doctor and he told me to reduce from 200 mg to 150 daily.
Avatar m tn Also I was wondering about the loss of libido associated with metoprolol, it doesn't seem to have any noticeable adverse effect on me at the moment, but is this something which will get worse over time? thanks!
Avatar f tn I seem to be having trouble finding a BP medicine that works and also doesn't pose addition problems with my COPD. The Metoprolol and Amlodipine kept things in fair control but Metoprolol aggravated my already low functioning lungs. Now I am on Losartan and at first I thought it was working. But maybe that was just because I still had the Metoprolol in my system. In any event, once again my breathing function is worse. I started off on Lisinopril with a different doctor.
Avatar m tn There are other beta blockers, if you have to have a beta blocker. Some patients don't even necessarily have to be on a beta blocker to address their needs -- a different class of medication entirely can be used. It depends on the individual. I see nothing wrong with scheduling an appointment to talk to the doctor about it. If you get off the medication and the symptoms either do or don't improve, then you know if the medication was the cause.
Avatar m tn I read that higher HR rate typically is accompanied with lower BP, but with me it is the opposite. Also, right after I take the BB, I feel a bit numb and woozy ... it does go away after a while. And a few hours after I take the BB, the HR gets back to the 100s... Any advice on what could be the underlying cause? How concerned should I be?
Avatar f tn I had been on Atenolol 100mg bid for my blood pressure and It was not lowering it enough so my doctor added Lisinopril. I went up to 20 mg on the Lisinopril with the Atenolol, still not lowering it enough. He then changed me to Metoprolol 100 mg bid and Lisinopril 20 mg daily. Since the change (3 weeks ago) I have noticed an increase in my anxiety levels. Anxious all the time and having panic attacks. What's happening to me.
Avatar m tn Drug Interactions Results Drug interactions for the following 5 drug(s): amlodipine ribavirin Pegasys (peginterferon alfa-2a) Rapaflo (silodosin) Victrelis (boceprevir) For Consumers: Interactions between your selected drugs silodosin ↔ boceprevir Applies to: Rapaflo (silodosin), Victrelis (boceprevir) Using silodosin together with boceprevir is not recommended. Combining these medications may significantly increase the blood levels and effects of silodosin.
612551 tn?1450025775 org/posts/Heart-Rhythm/Metoprolol-vs-Atenolol-for-Heart-Rate-Control/show/1914248?personal_page_id=173312 it has some of my experience with a change from Metoprolol to Atenolol. I'll not try to repeat it all here, bet it would come out different anyway : ( As for Grapefruit, it is the worse but not only juice that causes problems. I had read as "itdood" shares with us the problem is related to enzyme conflicts, the liver.
Avatar n tn I never had a problem until this new doctor switched me to generics in October of 2010. Everything went downhill. I was on Atenolol and Lisinopril-coughing for 2 months. Kept calling and was told my body had to get used to it.(He only had me on 50mg, where I was on 200mg before. I went to some pharmacy school and knew something didn't sound right.) Hands and LEgs were now ice hold. Never had a problem before. bruising. After 4 months I could not take it anymore.
Avatar n tn Since then we have tried Norvasc, and metoprolol all with side effects. After discontinuing the metoprolol, I noticed my hands, feet and sometimes knees were becoming discolored when I sat or after showering. When standing or lying they returned to normal color. My doc said this is from the blood pooling and was probably related to taking the beta blockers. I am still on Lisinopril and now Cardizem but as still having problems with the red hands & feet. It is very embarrassing.
Avatar n tn 250mcg digoxin...50mg metoprolol...325mg aspirin...10mg lisinopril and 40mg protonix still i have acid reflux if i do anything physical such as walking can you help me.
Avatar m tn coumadin, furosemide, metoprolol 50 mg,, spironolactone, Imdur 30 mg, Simvastatin and Lisinopril. I am also wondering if this may have something to do with one of my bottom teeth which is loose. Is there anything I can do to clear stop the peelig and flaky spots?
Avatar f tn I don't have health insurance anymore and therefore have not seen a cardiologist yet. I'm presently taking metoprolol, lisinopril, and spironolactone because my blood pressure is elevated. I am also experiencing shortness of breath which the metoprolol seems to help. How long can I go without seeing a cardiologist for this ischemia? I found out about the results of the ECG around May 17, 2013. Also, what is the difference between an ECG and an EKG?
17695244 tn?1459207319 Adult Aspirin EC Low Strength 81 MG Atorvastatin Calcium 10 MG Clopidogrel Bisulfate 75 MG Lisinopril 5 MG Metoprolol Tartrate 25 MG Nitroglycerin .
390388 tn?1279639813 I switched to taking it in the AM along with my Triamterene/HCTZ, and Metoprolol instead of which it was dropping my HR into the low 60's. I'm just so wiped out feeling anymore. I hope my body adjust soon...... And realllllly hope they can also figure out why I'm in so much pain all the time. Mainly with my back; but, my stomach and all over body pains too. I feel like a real mess anymore. Sigh In case anyone has been reading my post.
Avatar n tn ~Can also be found as Metoprolol Succinate, Metoprolol Tartrate, Lopressor, Dutoprol, or Toprol XL These drugs are part of a combination to regulate your high blood pressure, so they don't interfere with each other. They work together, were you on just one medicine before you got on all three of these? Make sure you take them at the same time every night.
Avatar n tn I am on plavix and 325 mg asa everyday..alongf with lisinopril,metoprolol, and 80 mg pravachol..I also have graves disease and am on methimazole.. I am a nurse..I need to know if lifting heavy patients and pushing beds is a danger to me.. I do still have some problems with feeling ill..please let me know what my lifting pushing pulling capabilities/limitations are under these circumstances.I am a female 57 years old.
920737 tn?1250351810 Reluctant to drive. I cannot tolerate beta blockers (metoprolol among others) due to similar problems with fainting and falling. I could tolerate lisinopril OK - still some postural hypotension but I can live with it. Since beta blockers seem to be out and amlodopine's side effects are almost intolerable, I'm looking for alternatives. Perhaps back to ace inhibitors again?
Avatar f tn Maybe it could be a result from one or more of my medications (lisinopril/hctz, metformin, metoprolol, nexium, nasonex, low dose asprin)? Should I be concerned?
Avatar m tn If there is severe diastolic dysfunction to a point that there is presence of congestive heart failure symptoms like fluid overload, shortness of breath, the cardiologist would often add medications like ACE inhibitors (like lisinopril) and/or beta blockers (metoprolol) to improve the hemodynamics. Hope that answers your question.
Avatar f tn Hi has your grandma been to a dermatologist what specialise in skin? Does the rash ooze or anything?
Avatar m tn I take a generic BB called Metoprolol, which you may want to discuss with your doctor if your medication costs could benefit from the usually lower cost of a generic drug.