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Have high blood pressure, taking Metolare, Cardace and Lonazep. Suggestions

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I am a high blood pressure paitent and takin following medicines from last six months regularly
1-Metolare AM 50 - 1 tab daily
2-Cardace H 2.5 - 1 tab daily
3-Lonazep .25 - 1 tab daily
and stopped taking Altrop F and Monosprine 30 from last three months.
My bp is 120/80 Please suggest
Posted Sat, 29 Sep 2012 in Hypertension and Heart Disease
Answered by Dr. Pavan Kumar Gupta 27 minutes later
Thanks for the query.
I would be very happy if you could supply following informations
Since when you are having hypertension?
Have you been tested for diabetes and thyroid function tests?
Why were ALTROP F and MONOSPRIN 30 started by your doctor?
Why did you stop these medicines?
Do you take alcohol and smoke cigarettes?
If answer is yes,then how much?
Do you do some exercises?
Have any tests related to heart ever been done?

Awaiting your reply.
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Follow-up: Have high blood pressure, taking Metolare, Cardace and Lonazep. Suggestions 47 hours later
Dear Sir,
My reply point wise as below
I am suffering from hyper tension from 2 years.
Yes I was tested and having no problem.
During checkup it was obsed by doctor that tere was an enzina pain and doctor strted these medicines.
Doctor has told to stop these medicines after six months.
Yes cycling for 6 kilometers in 35 minutes.
Yes at the time of enzyna pain. Chalostral was on the border limit.
Hope I have answered all querries.Please advice.
Answered by Dr. Pavan Kumar Gupta 3 hours later
It is good that you are doing your exercises daily and your BP is controlled.
I would advise you to keep getting your lipid profile done every 6 months.
You must take a low dose aspirin like ecosporin-75 once a day.Talk to your doctor in this regard.
Continue your existing medications.
There is nothing more to add since your BP is maintained and you are doing regular exercises.

Please revert to me if there is any other query.
Best of luck
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