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What is the correct dosage of eziday to control BP ?

hello, A doctor advised me to take eziday 50 mg for bp . I personally think i don t have bp but it rose once to 190/120 and had to go to emergency . It seems to be under control with eziday 50 mg. I also play squash twice or thrice a week. I also have history of migraines since i was 20ish. By the way i am 46 now. With eziday the migraines frequency have become quite less. Should i continue eziday as someone told me not to discontinue a bp medcine once its starts. Can t u taper it off by switching to 25 mg or should i keep taking it? My tests and ecg were ok
Asked On : Fri, 30 Mar 2012
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Probably you have essential hypertention,so you have to continue antihypertensive medication....and visit your doc regularly and your doc will decide is it be stopped or not...dont stopped by yourselves.....and if it is stopped it should be tappered...properly
Answered: Tue, 17 Sep 2013
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