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High BP. Have dizziness, joint pain. Taken vertin, zerodol and deanxit. Suggest?

Dear Doctor, I am 48 years old female. Recently, when I checked my BP it was high (150/100). I am also suffering from dizziness and joints pain. So, my Doctor suggested me vertin , zerodol and Deanxit tablets. I want to know whether Deanxit tablet is safe to use as it is banned in many countries and also is this tablet suggested to lower BP? Please clarify my doubt and suggest any other tablet to lower BP if Deanxit is not safe. Regards,
Asked On : Wed, 13 Feb 2013
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Welcome to HCM
First of all deanxit is not a anti hypertensive medication , instead it is used to treat the anxiety problems.
So deanxit tablets has nothing to do with you B.P. for the pain management. ZERODOL will work. regarding dizziness problem , becoz of the high blood pressure may you are having dizziness.

I advise you to consult a physician and have check your blood pressure and done blood sugar levels also , he will prescribe you the correct medicine . On HCM it's not legal to prescribe medicine. We strongly suggest you to consult a physician .
Hope this will help u a lot,.hye
Answered: Tue, 5 Mar 2013
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