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Leg feeling hot, uneasiness in chest. Taking various medicines for many years. Need to be reviewed?

worried about mothers meds they havenot been reviewed in 10 years, she takes levocarb 1/2 pill for jumping legs before bedtime then later 3hours 1/4 pill if needed, the diltiazam240mg 1 evening for blood pressure , the zopiclone 7.5mg to sleep,the micardis 80mg morning blood pressure,and ompersale , 20mg 2 in morning. She has been complaining of her legs being so hot she can not stand it, and this week started complaining of her chest bothering her, she is 82 by herself most of day till my sister arrives at 3;00pm. do you not agree she should get her meds checked
Asked On : Wed, 20 Jun 2012
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Thanks for query.
Yes, she must visit physician.As she is on plenty of drugs with different side effects she should be reassessed by physician.
Also she must undergo routine investigations like ECG,Blood test for renal function and HB,CBC etc.

Hope this helps you.
Thank you.
Answered: Wed, 31 Jul 2013
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