Hello, and thank you for posting on Healthcare Magic!
It sounds like your blood pressure was quite high! I'm glad to hear that it has gotten better. High blood pressure
(known as hypertension
) is in most cases a chronic disease. This does not mean that you are doomed to take medication to control your blood pressure forever, but it does mean that unless you make major changes to your lifestyle (such as losing weight, stopping smoking
and alcohol, not eating salt) that it is unlikely to go away. So the fact that your blood pressure is better is encouraging, but definitely does not mean you should stop your medicine. In fact, 150/90 is still considered "uncontrolled hypertension", meaning that your blood pressure is at an unsafe, high level.
There is no blood test
that will tell your doctor which medicine is best to control your blood pressure. These decisions are made based on what other health problems you have, your drug allergies, your age, your ethnicity, etc.
I'm a little confused about the question regarding a possible future hysterectomy
. However, for any problems/questions of this nature, the correct doctor to ask would be either your primary care
doctor, or an obstetrician/gynecologist. Endocrinologists rarely deal with questions related to birth control and menopause
I hope I have given you some useful information, and wish you the best of health.