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On Concor, Coversyl, Vastatin after stents from heart attack, BP, cholesterol normal. Any medicine can be stopped ?

Hi, I am a heart attack , inferior infaction due to 100% block in vessel. 2 stents have been place in year 2008. Till now everything is good. Medication is still on concor 5 mg, coversyl 2.5 mg, vastatin 20 mg and aspirin 10mg. Oledi 5 years taking medicine, blood pressure is good, colesterol level good... Treadmill exercise is no problem ... Is there any medicine that I can stop...? AAAAAA
Asked On : Thu, 6 Dec 2012
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Hi, Welcome to HCM ,
you need to take all above medicine regularly ,
also adopt healthy life style ,
eat good healthy food ,
restrict salt intake ,
avoid fatty food ,
quit smoking ,
limit alcohol intake ,
regular walking ,
do stress relaxing yogas ,
take medicine regularly and be in regular follow up with your cardiologist .
take care
Answered: Thu, 6 Dec 2012
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