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BP patient,had heart attack,tenormin, babyaspirin, novasc, cholesterol 4.5, pressure 130/85, to continue medication ?

hi good morning doctor, i am a patient of blood pressure and had a first heart stroke a decades ago and now i am daily taking medicians tenormin 100 mg a babyaspirin and 20mg zocor and novasc 5mg at night befor sleeping is it ok my choletrol is 4.5 and pressure 130 and 85 always what is yr opinion for medician to be continued or make it less in daily basis. kindly advise my email YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Wed, 21 Mar 2012
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Thanks for your query.
The medications you are taking are for blood pressure and babyaspirin as a blood thinner to prevent getting a further heart problems(heart attack).
These medications are to be continued for whole life or till advised by your Cardiologist.
Reducing the dose or stopping may make you prone to get heart problems and increase in blood pressure and related complications.
Hope this answer is helpful to you.
Take care.
Answered: Wed, 21 Mar 2012
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