Long Term Use Of Concor 2.5 Mg

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Balaji Says:


How long should Concor R be taken? Is it advantageous to be on Concor R for a long period of time? Being a regular user of Concor R (2.5mg) at the age of 72, should I consult my physician before discontinuing treatment? Please give your considserate opinion.



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David Says:

The duration of treatment under any medication should be determined by the prescribing doctor. Thus, in my opinion, there is no right or wrong length of time in which Concor-R should be taken. Not only do we all respond to each medication differently, but we also may be prescribed the same types of meds for different reasons -some requiring longer treatment than others...

However, I do think it is important to consult your prescribing doctor before discontinuing treatment (especially if you have been taking Concor-R for any extended period of time). If withdrawal symptoms ever become a concern, at least you can fall back on your doctor's recommendations to help mitigate any negative side effects.

I hope this helps and wish you good health!

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