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My BP is 110/70 with heart beat 70. Is it OK to stop my medicine?

I am taking ramipril 5 mg OD & vertin 8 mg BD for last 1 month. My BP is now around 110/70 and heart beat 70. I am feeling very tired and exhausted some time spining sensation . Can I stop medicine. I have had a cardiac check up and it was normal. I am 35 yr old and average build male. all other test including sugar fasting and pp are normal.
Sun, 8 May 2011
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ENT Specialist 's  Response

Welcome to HealthcareMagic Forum,
Please do not stop the medications without the consent of the doctor. Regarding the tiredness and exhaustion please get a thyroid check-up done. Also talk to your doctor regarding all these try to find out the cause for these symptoms.
Take care

Dr. Naveen Kumar
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ENT Specialist Dr. Naveen Kumar's  Response

Welcome to HealthcareMagic Forum
I would recommend you to consult your physician and run through a battery of test. Without proper examination and investigation it will be difficult to comment.

Dr. Naveen Kumar
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  User's Response
Sir I have stopped ramipril as doctor advised and prescribed medicine for weakness and giddiness for last 7 days my BP remains between 96-122/69-82 is it normal. Had thyroid test it is also normal. Now the second problem is not there But still problem for weakness and giddiness persist.
ENT Specialist Dr. Puneet Maheshwari's  Response
i think u should nt stop medicine now and get your b.p check regularly alternative days and consult your pgysician will be a good choice
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  User's Response
I have stopped ramipril for last 15 days taking muktavati 1 OD and monitoring BP it comes within 98-126/70-84 heart beat 60-80. The problem feeling very tired and exhausted some time spining sensation still persists. Is it anxiety? please guide
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