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Doctor, My mother had bacterial pneumonia. Doctor has prescribed Antibiotics, Predmet 16 mg tablet for 10 days. But Today, after 7 days taking predmet 16 her blood pressure goes to 200/110, (she has hypertension, diabetes and her problem), can I stopped predmet 16 now? Her CRP was 17.5 before 7 days.
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Need details of her lab reports and history do take online consultation with the pulmonologist for further guidance
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Needed detailed history and investigation reports do a online consultation with a pulmonologist for further evaluation and management
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Needed detailed reports and history. Take a consultation with Pulmonologist for better evaluation and treatment
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Predmet should not be given for regular bacterial infections.
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