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My father has dyspepsia,pain epigastrium , belching after stopping medication of BP

Hello sir...I am a doctor father diabetic and hypertensive was on envas 5 at night and atenolol 50 in morning...without my knowledge he stopped taking envas for abt 1 month...nw he has 180/ control bp what drug shall i prefer...he has got many problems nw like dyspepsia,pain epigastrium , belching ...took ecg found it normal...
Asked On : Thu, 23 Sep 2010
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Hi, If he was well controlled with Envas and Aten then I think you should continue with that. If he as cough because of Envas switch to Losrtan might help but an ACEI and ARB must be taken as he is having diabetes as well. As far as dyspepsia goes it could be a simple GERD, start him on some PPI (omez etc) for 2-3 wks and see for response .
Answered: Thu, 23 Sep 2010
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thank u for ur kind suggestion sir...had already put him on pan-d for the past 7-8 days...but stil he keeps grumbling that he is not feeling i wanted to knw whether i should think of another diagnosis...thank u so much...
Answered: Thu, 23 Sep 2010
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