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Tachycardia

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Tachycardia comes from the Greek words tachys (rapid or accelerated) and kardia (of the heart). Tachycardia typic...
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Atenolol 2,137 Propranolol 1,600 Toprol 1,369
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Metoprolol
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Midodrine
Other name: Toprol (Toprol)
Other name: Proamatine (Proamatine)
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High Blood Pressure
A Fib*
Anxiety*
Tachycardia
Palpitations
Chest Pain
PVC's
Heart Attack
Migraines*
Arrythmia
Chronic Heart Failure
Angina
Heart Failure
Shaking*
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POTS
Low Blood Pressure
Dysautonomia
Orthostatic Hypotension
Orthostatic Intolerance
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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\...
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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...
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Top Concerns
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Shortness Of Breath
8
Depression
7
Nausea
7
Low Blood Pressure
7
Weight Gain
5
Insomnia
5
Weakness
4
Cough
4
Weight Loss
3
Asthma
3
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Tingling
7
Migraines
7
Anxiety
5
Chills
4
Chest Pain
4
Dehydrated
3
Exhausted
3
Itching
3
Weight Gain
3
Depression
3
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5
Depression
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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\...
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About Midodrine
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...
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" 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... "

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" ...you know that I have had good luck with the Metoprolol. Toprol XL is ...as well. I am no longer on it because the Midodrine and Toprol messed up my heartrate. I do take Metoprolol when I am... "

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" Hi, I was on Toprol for the past few years. It helped me out alot, however ...Toprol mixed with the Midodrine caused my heartrate to ...got dizzy. Now I take Metoprolol at night, which hasn... "

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" ...on Metoprolol to take @ night, but lately my BP has been so whacky it goes too low for me at night and then I get the nausea in addition to the palps/tachy, sweats, etc. ...I take the Midodrine.... "

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" ...I'm on midodrine ...metoprolol for having a TTT I really felt bad and wasn't able to do anything accept be in bed and wait till my test was done. Afterwards I started on metoprolol again and beg... "

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" 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....... "

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" ...metoprolol for 3 years ...to 200 and took midodrine and other meds ...on the higher dose metoprolol. Everyone is different as we all know! I have to go try a new BB which didn't work out the... "

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" ...check my BP while I'm on the Midodrine since I may have to ...Also, I am to take metoprolol @... "

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" ...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... "

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" ...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... "

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