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Can blood pressure medication be stopped to check improvement in bp levels?

I'm 35, BP 150/100 without medicine, never smoke, drink, BMI
My hdl:45, LDL:107, Total Cholesterol:168, Triglyceride:95, Blood Sugar(Fasting):83 (all are without medicine)

My question is, should I stop this medicine to see the afffect. it is worth to mention that recently I've increased my physical activity,
Mon, 26 Sep 2016
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Hello,

Thanks for writing to Health Care Magic, I am Dr Asad Riaz, I have closely read your question and I understand your concerns, I will hereby guide you regarding your health related problem.
BP is one major risk factor for major complication like MI or stroke...if pt have high BP as u r having ..1st we need to do life style modification to see whteher it work to de BP or not in whch i advice pt to lower salt intake,drinkng dec weight n exercise for a period of 6 month n still if pt have high BP then need to add med to control it so we prevent major comlication..as u having high bp u dont need to stop med n if u wanna it visit ur physian n then follow the what he/she advised to u..
I hope this answered your question, if you have more feel free to ask.

Regards.

Dr.Asad Riaz.
General and Family Physician.
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Can blood pressure medication be stopped to check improvement in bp levels?

Hello, Thanks for writing to Health Care Magic, I am Dr Asad Riaz, I have closely read your question and I understand your concerns, I will hereby guide you regarding your health related problem. BP is one major risk factor for major complication like MI or stroke...if pt have high BP as u r having ..1st we need to do life style modification to see whteher it work to de BP or not in whch i advice pt to lower salt intake,drinkng dec weight n exercise for a period of 6 month n still if pt have high BP then need to add med to control it so we prevent major comlication..as u having high bp u dont need to stop med n if u wanna it visit ur physian n then follow the what he/she advised to u.. I hope this answered your question, if you have more feel free to ask. Regards. Dr.Asad Riaz. General and Family Physician.