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High blood pressure, anxiety attacks. Taking ramipril, diltiaz-cd. Prognosis?

I had recently high blood pressure 210 and anxiety attack at the same time. I ended up at Hospital. This i occuring for 5-6years, nearly every month. I know that this is not possible to live like this for longe. I m 71y. old and I m taking Ramipril 10mg. and Diltiaz CD 300mg. I m gratefule for your coment.
Asked On : Sun, 3 Feb 2013
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Although your blood pressure is high but it is anxiety attacks which are causing so much of problems to you.For high BP,the medicines prescribed are good and you must use them and wait to see their response.
Your doctor may adjust their dose according to the response shown by you.
For anxiety attacks you must consult a psychiatrist who can have counselling sessions with you and can prescribe anti anxiety medicines.Once anxiety attacks are controlled,you would live a peaceful life.
Answered: Mon, 4 Feb 2013
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