It is recommended by the manufacturer to prevent nausea.
yes it can cause nausea
A severe infection with gonorrhea may cause nausea.
no It does not cause nausea because the piercing is not that intense!
Hot flushes can be associated with nausea, yes. However, it is not the flushing itself which causes the nausea. It is usually the changes in hormones that accompany menopause that cause nausea.
According to medicines.org.uk, "water retention causing swelling" is a rare side effect of metoprolol affecting about 1 in 1,000 users of the drug.
Metoprolol should not cause red hot cheeks, that sounds more like a hot flash. Metoprolol is used for blood pressure, this may in fact cause a hot flash, if you are controlling your blood pressure.
There are many things that can cause small red dots and nausea and fatigue. The infection cellulitis can cause nausea, fatigue, and skin rashes.
Gastroparesis (delayed gastric emptying) can cause nausea without vomiting. Gastroparesis can be confirmed with a gastric emptying study. Also, some food intolerance can cause nausea.
Short-term use of Metoprolol does not have an effect on the rate of alcohol elimination; the additive effects of two CNS depressants could cause drowsiness that might make you feel more intoxicated. Long-term use of Metoprolol, however, does cause BAC to increase faster and decrease slower. The abstract below recommends avoiding Metoprolol in combination with high doses of alcohol. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/6479058
high blood sugar levels cause nausea in diabetes, along with excessive sweating, thirst and urination.
Because of its mode of action, Paragard is not likely to cause nausea. Talk to your health care provider about your symptoms.
can i take ibprofren with metoprolol
Yes, Ibuprofen can be taken with metoprolol.
Is it safe to mix grapefruit and metoprolol
can you mix metoprolol and gabapentin
Because the level of hormones that cause nausea is lower
No, with metoprolol you want to stick to acetaminophen (tylenol)