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Taking drugs loram 2.5, tonnect 10 mg, restyl0.5, loftil 40mg as per cardiologist/neuro physician. Getting neck pain. What could be cause?

hi,i m anil kumar ,patna ,india . i am taking following drugs 1.loram2.5 in mornig + evening ,2 tonnect 10 mg 3.restyl0.5 at bedtime , 4.loftil 40mg in morning . the above medecines are taken by me as per advice of cardiologist / neuro physisian. now from one week my blood pressure remains 140/90 & feel some dfficulties in neck ,head .pl. advice me .with profound regards email id - YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Sun, 10 Mar 2013
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Dear patient, your head ache is not related to the blood pressure though you may consult your cardiologist for better optimisation of your antihypertensive medicines so that your blood pressure remains around 130/80, for your head ache you can take some analgesic like paracetamol after consulting your doctor
Dr Arshad
Answered: Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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