My Cholesterol Is 254 Mg Dl What Medicine Should Be Take

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Pradeep Says:
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age- 50 years
female
a high blood pressure patient
and also have blood sugar 210 mg/dl post prandial


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Verwon Says:

Hello, Pradeep! How are you?

What other medications do you take?

And what medication has your doctor prescribed for your cholesterol?

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