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Chest pain. Normal ECG. Have slight BP. Taking Seloken. Best time to take medicine?

I have mild chest pain-- atypical - because it is on the right chest more often. My heart beat, chest is clear. ECG are normal. I do not smoke nor drink. I am 70 and walk almost all day for 15 min. I do not have panting or feel exhausted. I have a slight BP . Stress test was performed and I came out well. Later on I had angiogram done and it was fine. But my entire chest -outside-has a slight burning sensation almost everyday. I have been taking Seloken XL 50 once every day.What is the best time to take- before or after breakfast.
Asked On : Fri, 9 Nov 2012
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you can take medicine after breakfast also ,
continue your healthy life style ,
increase your walking duration from 15 min to atleast 30 min./day
for burning sensation avoid spicy food , chillies , fried food ,
be regular in your food timing ,
take your meal in time ,
take care
Answered: Wed, 21 Nov 2012
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