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Taking olmesartan, medoximil and revelol after having CABG. On medication fro anxiety. Can I increase medication?

I hv undergone CABG in Nov 2011. At present taking olmesartan medoximil 20 mg in the morning. revelol AM50-5 in the afternoon. Etizola plus 5 in night for anxiety and Rosuvafit 20 . My bp is under control 110/65. I feel dystolic is bit low. Can I reduce Revelol AM 50-5 to half a dose and increase ETIZOLA +5 to 2tablets for I still feel anxiety.
Asked On : Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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Hi friend,
Welcome to Health Care Magic

Revelol is a beta blocker and has several uses - including anxiety.

Etizola has etizolam (for anxiety) AND Escitalopram (for Depression) / theoretically the dose can be increased, / but Escitalopram has side effects of its own, including possible changes in ECG / Never change your medicine or their doses without consulting your doctor.

Take care
Wishing speedy recovery
God bless
Good luck
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