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Low blood pressure, very low ejection fraction, slight improvement after taking medicines. Continue medications?

dear doctor... i was facing some problem .. my ejection fraction was very low .. it was 30 % ... have done testing recently where my ejection fraction is 50 % ... i am taking dytor plus 10 half a tab daily, remistar twice daily .. cardivas 6.25 one and a half tab twice daily and tvs 10(previously it was tonact 10 now tvs 10) once daily ... i would like to know as my ejection fraction have shown some improvement do i need to take these much of medicine .. i was taking the same when it was 30% .need your help PS : i am a patient of low blood pressure .. thank you
Asked On : Wed, 17 Oct 2012
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reason to have low ejection fraction is not known to me as it was not mention ,
but medicine which you are taking is in perfact dose titrated and you are tolerating well and your Ejection Fraction also improving ,so please continue same medication as advice , please dont do self modification of any medicine ,these medicine has long term benefit in many forms
take care
Answered: Wed, 24 Oct 2012
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