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Mild depression, high BP, taking medicines. How should I handle the situation and what medicines are advisable?

Dear Sir i have mild depression ,and my blood pressure are at this time 130 to 135 upper and lower 90 to 95 and i am taking medicine 1. equilibrium 10 mg 2. inderal 20 mg . 3. pari cr 12. 5 and amlong 5 mg ,so i need ur help what type of way i have handle this situation i am facing and what medicine i have to take ,please help me. i have mild depression since 5 years
Asked On : Mon, 10 Sep 2012
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hai mirzabaigbrothers,

your age, occupation and other symptoms are missing in the clinical information

Anyway MIld Depression usually wont last for continuous fie years. Dysthymia can last for 5years

If you find depression after starting on inderal consult your physician and discuss about the possible contributions.

if it was found to be independent of inderal use then meet your nearest psychiatrist for CBT sessions.

Usually Mild depression get improve by CBT alone without taking antidepressents depending on your level of dysfunction.

My best wishes to get well soon.

Answered: Tue, 11 Sep 2012
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