Does Metoprolol Succinate cause Weight Gain?

Last Update May 30, 2016
Weight Gain is a known side effect of Metoprolol Succinate
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#2 in Metoprolol Succinate discussions - 22 posts discuss Weight Gain with Metoprolol Succinate. Weight Gain is #2 concern in Metoprolol Succinate discussions.
About Metoprolol Succinate
Metoprolol Succinate is a cardiovascular medication (beta blocker).
Uses: Metoprolol Succinate is prescribed for High Blood Pressure and Tachycardia and is mostly mentioned together with these indications. Our data suggest that some patients take it for Anxiety and A Fib, although it is not approved for these conditions. Read More
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Does Metoprolol Succinate cause Weight Gain?

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Cardiologist prescribed 25 mg. I looked it up and decided not to take it. I have had 2 heart attacks and then finally a triple bypass 9 years ago. I went off all medications after the operation and only take a baby asperin.Sometimes I have high blood pressure and I take a pill only then, but not regularly. The name is Irbesartan. My experiance after14 years is most medicines are bad for you. They slow down your metabulism, you gain weight and become fat. Your tired all the time etc. Pills are every americans quick fix. Eat healthy and exercise and get off all medications that affect your weight and slow you down to inactivity. Over 55 men look into testerone treatment. It's the fountain of youth. Lots of energy where you want to exercise and paint the house. You burn fat.

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