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Hi, I'm 29 and my heart's LVEF is around 25-30%.I

Hi, I'm 29 and my heart's LVEF is around 25-30%.I had acute MI 2 years back due to a blood clot in my LMA. Doctors started with acitrom 2mg but the PTNR results were not as expected. Gradually they have put me on acitrom 5mg. Is the acitrom tablet of 5mg available in market or should i take 4mg+1mg?
Mon, 4 Jun 2018
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