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Changed and reduced medicines for high BP and cholesterol levels. Advice?

i was on following medicines for past 8 years for high BP and cholesterol levels, Ramance 5 mg x 2 times Stamlo 5 mg x 2 times Rozavel F x 1 times ASA 50 mg x 1 times NoCAD x 1 times I recently saw another doctor and he has reduced all my tablets and prescribed me Coversol AM 4mg/5mg x 1 times Rozavel F x 1 times my TCL is 208 mg/dl, TGD 238, please advise
Asked On : Sat, 31 Mar 2012
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Cardiologist 's  Response
hi , i think in this case he has readjusted anti hypertensive treatment by combining 2 anti hypertensive drugs and continued with lipid lowering - Rozavel .

Decison to stop nocad and ASA must be based upn your ECG findings and absence of any chest pain or similar episodes .

However do discuss this with your doctor and be assured that you have only high BP and cholesterol , and no angina .

In doubt consult senior cardiologist with all your previous reports

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General & Family Physician Dr. Veera Raghava Rao Buddha.'s  Response
Hi welcome to H.C.M.F. Both the sets are almost same. in 1or2 types combination is changed. if you are comfertable you can use either of the sets. thank you.
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