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Is serlift a safe medication? Had sulfur reaction in the past. Worried

is serlift is safe
as i took for 2 years
once ihad sulphur reaction
doctor addmittedd me & said hyper tensive ,
after that i gone sevral complication
i cope with all
i took prolomet 25 in morning (metoprolol sucinate)
storvaz 10 in evening (atrovastin)
now the Q is
which is safest & requied medicine for me
either prolomet/storvaz
serlft & other
Asked On : Tue, 16 Apr 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2013
HT, thanks for the query.
Welcome to H.C.M.C.
Sertralin is an anti-depressant drug.
Metoprolol anti hypertensive.
Atorvastatine is lipid lowering agent.
Now , you see all these drugs are for different causes and so you or your's doctor will decide which ( all ) drug is safe and the best for you in your illness.
Pl don't be in panic.
Doctor himself will decide what is good for you according to your condition.
Good luck.
Answered: Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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