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Breathing problems. On Amlong MT 50 mg,Ecosprin 75 Mg, Gluconorm G2, etc. Loss of apitite, constipation. Is reduction of medicines required?

I am 72 yrs old and got breathing problem in dec last year... after discharge from hospital my dishcarge card shows my diagnosis as Type 2 DM, HTN, IHD, Severe Lv dysfunction , LVF,LRT1, Nephropathy . Now after about 3 months of being discharged from Hospital I have been advised following medicines :- 1. Amlong MT 50 mg OD 2. Ecosprin 75 Mg OD 3.Gluconorm G2 OD 4.2ordanome 200 mg OD 5.Dytor Plus 20 Mg OD 6.Pantocid DSR OD I wish to confirm the combination of above medication as i feel problems like loss of apitite, weakness and constipation . I am feeling perfectly fine now and can I tell my doctor to reduce medicine.. if yes.. which medicines can be stopped by him...I am not having any breathing problem and my BP and sugar is normal since last 3 months. Pls advice.
Asked On : Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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The medications you are currently on are the reason why your condition is stable and your feeling fine. These medications are what help you manage your medical problems and going by the list of diagnosis on your discharge card all of them will have to be continued.

The symptoms of weakness and loss of appetite are probably due to reduced appetite. You should try to eat a balanced diet rich in fibre and plenty of water or fluids you should be able to get over these symptoms. You can also add some multivitamin supplements to your medications.
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