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High B.P. Problem
My mother has high B.P. problem. She has been taking medicines from 2 years. She does b.p. check up in every 1 month. Should She stop medicines??
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if she takes regular medicine then never stop immediately medicine. bcz immediate stoppage of medicine create problem.  in starting u should take few homoeopathic medicine for manage ur mother bp regular. then stop with interval . u may consult personally so guide how so manage properly.
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No u should not stop BP medication
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