All drugs interact differently for person to person. You should check all the possible interactions with your doctor before starting any medicine.
Interaction with Alcoholmoderate
Description - Using alcohol while taking Metoright 50 MG Tablet ER may cause an additional lowering of the blood pressure. This may result in some very severe complication over time.
Instructions - Use of alcohol should be avoided while taking Metoright 50 MG Tablet ER especially when you start taking the medicine or a change its dosage. Symptoms like headache, dizziness, change in pulse or heart rate should be reported to the doctor.
Interaction with Medicine
Metoright 50 MG Tablet ER should not be used in patients suffering from bronchial asthma or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. Report the incidence of Asthma to your doctor so that Metoright 50 MG Tablet ER can be substituted with another medication.
Metoright 50 MG Tablet ER should not be used in patients having a heart block greater than first degree. However, it can be used in this case if a pacemaker is present to correct the disorder.
Metoright 50 MG Tablet ER should be administered with caution in patients suffering from diabetes or a condition where blood sugar level is likely to get low. You should consult a doctor if any symptom indicating a lowered blood sugar level is suspected while using this medicine.
Metoright 50 MG Tablet ER should be administered with caution in patients having a liver disease. Suitable dose adjustment and safety monitoring are advised in such cases.
Metoright 50 MG Tablet ER should be administered with caution in a patient suffering from Glaucoma. A change in the dose of current Glaucoma medicine may be required. In some cases, your doctor may advise the use of another medicine in place of a beta blocker.
High cholesterol and fatmoderate
Metoright 50 MG Tablet ER should be administered with caution in a patient having high levels of cholesterol and fats in their body. Suitable dose adjustment and safety monitoring may be required in such cases.
This is not an exhaustive list of possible drug interactions. You should consult your doctor about all the possible interactions of the drugs you’re taking.