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HIGH BP, hypertention

HI Sir....I was diagnosed with high BP 100-140 in Nov 2015; and on a heart specilist from gangaram hospital; i statred bp pills 2 times daily.....in jan it came to 80-120...and on an other general physician advice i made it 1 tab in night only........further in march it came to 70-110 and the general physicial asked me not to take any medicine..........but i was told that one should never stop taking bp medicine...i keep on taking half pill in night only.....and since than my bp moves between 70-85 to 110-125... here to mention that i have stopped ghee/oil/butter/milk products to bare minimum..i am pure vegetarian.... now my queries are:----- 1. i always have fear of some heart desease in mind... 2. what treatment i should take to dignose that i have NO HEART DESEASE 3. should i continue or leave bp medicine 4. i take NEBISTAR SA
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Dr. Ashish Srivastava Noida | General Physician
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If your Blood pressure is adequately controlled with dietary and lifestyle interventions your medicines can be gradually tapered off and stopped as per the current JNCC guidelines
Get a comprehensive preventive  cardiac health package done
That should include ECG Echo TMT lipid profile fasting blood sugars PP blood sugars and HbA1C levels
Consult a cardiologist
Can even consult me
Dr Ashish Srivastava
General Physician, Clinical Cardiologist
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You should continue your blood pressure medications.  Continue the Full tablet for Blood pressure. Get properly evaluated for cardiac risk. Get your Lipid profile, Ecg,  Echo and if required TMT done
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I think you should control your no better by making the tab full instead of half. Keep faith in a good local physician. If you have chest pain or breathing problem should undergo full cardiological evaluation ecg echo and if reed the.
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