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Hi Amr, I can not recommend you do this as I do not know what the stability of the final product would be. Compounding drug stores can make that for you if the commercial product is not available in your
Hi Hrsvdan, Metoprolol and atenolol are both beta blockers with similar indications. They differ in their duration of action. Metoprolol is available as a sustained release medication which can decrease
Hi Chris, it is ok to break the 600 mg tablets in half. However the jagged edges that result may still make it difficult to swallow. There are 300 mg tablets and you could take two of them. Thank you
Hi Dan, There are many alternative medications to your combination for treating anxiety and depression. The selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors are widely used and have fewer side effects.In this
Hi Barry, It has been documented before that. Medications such as Citalopram can be beneficial in irritable bowel syndrome. The gut has serotonin receptors similar to those fond in the brain and Citalopram