When I came off of the metoprolol for pregnancy I cut the pill in 1/2 took it like that for about a week or so, then cut it into 1/4 and took it like that for about a week or so. Then I stopped.
I was/am very sensitive to drugs like metoprolol and stopping cold turkey, while it may seem fine in a doctor's text book, doesn't work for me in real life.
Good luck!! (on a baby too :-)
i just had a baby 6 mo ago and remained on the metroprol the whole pg and had no issues my ob said it was safe it is a category b drug. I tryed and stopped at first b4 i knew it was safe and had bad anxiety ... good luck
Thanks you guys I was hoping that someone else had the same experience and could help me. You guys are great I appreciate it very much. I agree what looks good in text books is not always what works in real life.
i take the metoprolol tartrate 25mg one pill a day but i take 1/2 when i wake up and 1/2 at bed time... like every twelve hours basically and it has helped me with my sinus tachy.
Im scared to take it cause ive been having really bad reactions to meds lately my blood pressure and sugar is staying high and my heart rate dr wants me to take half of 25mg twice a day for my heart rate i also have MS im diabetic and have coronary heart disease and ive had a heart attack and triple by pass so should i try this i may have to have a heart cath soon to see why heart rate is high i need advise please