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Hypertension, ECG showed sinus rhythm with left atrial abnormality, taking nebicard, benidect. BP checked at home with machine showed lower values. What should be next step?

Recent ecg report shows - sinus rythm - probabale left atrial abnormality . I am a 51 year old female recently diagnozed for high bp and taking medicines. The bp taken by doctor indicated 160/100 and i was taking nebicard 5mg for 1 month. no change in bp and so doctor asked me to take telesar 40 mg. So I went for second opinion and the new doctor found my bp as 190/110. The new doctor asked me to take nebicard 5 mg + benidect A both once a day. I have been taking these for the past 8 days and I bought a omeron bp machine and when I check my bp 3 times a day and I find my BP at an average of 100 / 60 at home. I am confused what to do . Plz advise. Thanks
Asked On : Sun, 1 Jul 2012
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from your ecg report and BP checked by two different Dr. i will go with finding of Dr.
please recheck your new machine, is it properly working and calibrated,
one possibilities is that your medicine dose is adjusted and now you are taking nebicard 5 mg two times plus benidect also so your BP is under well control now ,
once again consult your Dr. and get BP checked and adjust dose of BP medication
take care
Answered: Fri, 26 Oct 2012
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