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Ankita Kumar Says:
can Amtas-M-50 be given to a high BP patient suffering from bronchitis

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I am a BP patient with Hyper Tension for 12 years. Taking AMTAS AT50mg in the morning. Past 15 days back, had chest pain with BP 100/150 . Carried out all tests., Including Angiography. Diagnosed as CAD to be treated with proper medication. Prescribed Telma 40 with Amlong 5mg in night. No effect, despite new medication. Only AMTAS 50 giving relief even now. Doctors say no. I continue to suffer despite treatment. Is it okay to continue with AMTAS AT 50mg.?

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