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Angioplasty done, stent in main artery. Taking betaluc, ecosprin, clopilet, atorva. Tests showed no BP, cholesterol, diabetes. Medication to be continued?

I underwent an angioplasty/ stent in my main artery on right side last february...before the stent the tests concluded that i had no pressure, no cholestrol and no diabetes ...however i had a stent..i would like to know if i need to continue to take betaluc, ecosprin, clopilet, atorva - 25mg as prescribed...i would rather eat healthy and live healthy without medication ...
Asked On : Thu, 12 Jul 2012
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answer is YES
you need to take medication regularly
as you have stent in your major artery , if you dont take above medication then higher chances of blockage of stent and you may get heart attack
so please take your all above medication regularly and continue your healthy life style and stay healthy
take care
Answered: Fri, 26 Oct 2012
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