If Exercise Etc And Having Good Diet Fat Free Is It Necessary To Continue Blood Pressure Medicine Once Prescribed

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Mukul Says:


Once the Mediicine is described for blood pressure , Is it necessary to continue for life time if the pressure is all right and healthy life style is maintain and with regular check up .



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Mukul! How are you?

What are you blood pressure readings?

Some people do manage to come off of the medication, but it must be done very carefully to prevent rebounds and should only be done, once it is certain that your diet and exercise are really helping.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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vee Says:

Whatever you do don't stop taking your blood pressure meds unless your doctor orders it. High bp is the silent killer. You never want to discontinue it without doctors orders, especially if you are dieting, exercising and taking diet pills.

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