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Can a heart patient take medicine of mental stress ?

can heart patient may take medications of physicatric disorder, my friend s father is 70 years old and a heart patient and present days he is behaving strangely and usually.
Fri, 6 Jan 2012
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Hi,pratibha,thanks for query.Yes he can medicines for this.But please do not go for self medication.Take help of your physician or a psychiatrist for this and he will be fine.Bye.
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