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Non significant plaque in heart midlad and missing heart beat. On irovel. Sounds bad?

i am suffering from non significant plaque in heart midlad and missing heart beat . Dr. prescribed 1.Irovel300(twice a day) 2.Seloken XL50 (twice a day) 3.Aldacton 50 (once a day) 4.Diplatt A 75 (once a day) 5.Tryptomer 10 (once a day) 6. Razal F10 (once a day). Whether this much medicine will continue or it can be reduced. I am taking the medicine for two years.
Asked On : Sun, 30 Dec 2012
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Hello and thanks for writing in
You are taking a good medication for insignificant plaques, hypertension and dyslipidemia. You have to continue with these medication. Only reviewing of the medication can be done if you are feeling some problems with this. Irovel, Seloken and aldacton are to control blood pressure. Diplatt A is anti-coagulant and it is very important in CAD patient to keep the blood thin. Razal F is for high lipid componenets it can be reduced to 5 mg if presently you lipid components are normal.
Hope this will help you.
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Answered: Sun, 30 Dec 2012
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