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Metoprolol vs. Midodrine for Tachycardia

Metoprolol

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Other Names: Proamatine
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Based on 17,103 patient discussions on healthcare websites and blogs
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Metoprolol is a selective beta blocker used in treatment of several diseases of the cardiovascular system, especially hypertension. The active substance metoprolol is employed either as metoprolol succinic acid or metoprolol tartrate (where 100\... Read more on Wikipedia
Midodrine (brand names Amatine, ProAmatine, Gutron) is a vasopressor/antihypotensive agent. Midodrine was approved in the United States by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 1996 for the treatment of orthostatic hypotension. In... Read more on Wikipedia
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and Metoprolol for my POTS. They have helped somewhat...
Hi, I welcome to the forum :(. Right now I am on Midodrine and Metoprolol for my POTS. They have helped somewhat but I still have days where I just aweful. I have never had O2, but...
more when they gave me Metoprolol so Dr Golstein gave me...
...I crashed hard 4 years ago. I had to stop working and was bedridden for almost 3 years. Now I can walks about 50 feet at a time and use the wheelchair when I got out. I was passing out more wh...
my BB helped. I use Metoprolol, I don't know if you have...
Midodrine has helped to improve my migraines, and fatigue, but more than that my BB helped. I use Metoprolol, I don't know if you have a BB or not. That is what makes the biggest difference...
and taking half a 25mg Metoprolol with the Midodrine.......
Bb And Midodrine Does anyone take a beta blocker and Midodrine together???? WHen I was on the Midodrine and Toprol XL 25mg ...my doctor and taking half a 25mg Metoprolol with the Midodrine.......
have to take some @ night. Also, I am to take metoprolol @...
...check my BP while I'm on the Midodrine since I may have to ...Also, I am to take metoprolol @...
my heartrate. I do take Metoprolol when I am having issues...
...with the Metoprolol. Toprol XL is a longer lasting form of Metoprolol...The Toprol XL ...I am no longer on it because the Midodrine and Toprol messed up my heartrate. I do take Metoprolol when...
dizzy. Now I take Metoprolol at night, which hasn't given...
Hi, I was on Toprol for the past few ...the Toprol mixed with the Midodrine caused my heartrate to go way down and I got dizzy. Now I take Metoprolol at night, which hasn't given me any help at...
Metoprolol...The problem with the BB and Midodrine happened...
...Those On Bb And Midodrine Hi guys, Just curious ...dosage) and who takes Midodrine as well...Anyone notice ...12.5mg of the Metoprolol...The problem with the BB and Midodrine happened whil...
whole morning, so I took my Metoprolol, which means I won't...
...which means I won't be able to take the Midodrine. When I have both in my system my heartrate goes too low.... I'm just curious if there is any way you can tell whether the palps are...
culprit. atenolol and metoprolol usually have no problems...
...and decreased motivation - carvedilol is most often the culprit. atenolol and metoprolol usually have no problems. if the meds help ...there's a med called midodrine that can help increase...
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