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Metolar 50mg is an effective medication that treats irregular heart rhythms, high blood pressure as well as angina. This further helps in preventing future heart attacks as well as strokes.
Doctors also recommend this drug to patients for preventing medical conditions like migraine. Metolar belongs to a class of medicines known as beta-blockers and contains an active ingredient called metoprolol tartrate.
Metoprolol tartrate relaxes your blood vessels, decrease the load on your heart, and reduces blood pressure. Intake of this medication is not recommended in children below the age of 18 years.
Sometimes, the doctors also prescribe Metolar in order to relieve the symptoms which are caused by an overactive thyroid gland.
Metolar 50mg tablet is considered a short-acting beta blocker that works mainly on your heart. This medicine begins to work by slowing down the heart rate and making your heart more efficient to pump blood successfully in the heart.
If you are allergic to Metolar, its active ingredient or other ingredients present in it then do not take this medicine.
Tell the doctor well in advance about your medical history, if any, so that the doctor can prescribe you Metolar accordingly.
This medication is not suitable for people already suffering from liver disorders, serious circulation problems, slow heart rate, and severe heart failure.
Get your blood sugar checked regularly and avoid the consumption of alcohol because it can increase the risk of side effects.
To decrease the risk of serious side effects, your doctor might start the treatment with a low dose of Metolar.
Some of the main side effects of Metolar tablets include slow heart rate, nausea, low blood pressure, and dizziness.
These side effects are mild and short-lived as well. There are also people who experience shortness of breath during the treatment with Metolar.
Get emergency medical help, if any of the side effects continue or become worse with time.
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