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Can I take arbitel 40g instead of arbitel H? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 28-May-2013
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Very Good Posted in: Hypertension and Heart Disease
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General & Family Physician
Practicing since : 2002
Answered : 106 Questions
Doctor:How are you doing?
User:i am good
User:can u call me
Doctor:How can I help you?
Doctor:we'll just call you
Doctor:Should we end this chat then?
Doctor:We just spoke today
User:Dr. prescribed
User:arbitel H
User:last time
User:i have arbitel 40 mg
Doctor:Its fine
Doctor:You can take that too
Doctor:although Arbitel H is much better
Doctor:But is it possible for you to get a blood pressure done before that
User:can i take one now or u want me to wait till evening and XXXXXXX a physcian
User:morning when i checked it its 140/100
Doctor:Are you still feeling dizzy?
User:u want me to do a check agin
User:kind off
Doctor:You checked it yourself or you got it checked from a physician?
User:we have a nurse
User:in or campus
User:she checked it
Doctor:Then please get it checked again
User:i will go down
User:and ping u again
Doctor:If its high again, please take the medicine
User:i will let u now
User:then u can suggest
Doctor:We'll take this up when you get your blood pressure again
Doctor:It would be great if you can login again and come on chat again
User:i checked it
User:its 130/90
Doctor:Then you can take this drug, XXXXXXX
Doctor:But it is unlikely that the dizziness is due to the high blood pressure
Doctor:It must be due to the viral infection and will go away
Doctor:Just have plenty of fluids, take this drug and see a physician as soon as you can
User:u want me to take this or can i see a physician
User:becoz once i take it i have to use it
Doctor:Then it would be better if you avoid this drug and start treatment once you see your physician
User:ok thx
User:will update
User:on this
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