Doctor has prescribed the following medicines for me
1.Amryl-1 before break fast
2. Volibo 0.3 TDS with feed
3. Sugamet MC 500 OD after dinner
4.Losar H OD at 7 am
5.Stamlo-5 1 at 7 pm
6. Prazopress XL 2.5 1 BD
7. Gabantin100, 1 BD
8. Fibator 10 1 at bed time
9. Clopitab 75, 1 at 2 pm
My pressure 130/80, FBS-113, PP 174, Serum Creatinine1.55,K+ 4.0, Hb-10.7
Most of these medicines are being taken for last 3 years
Should I need all these medicines and how long to continue.
Why would you trust strangers on a public Internet health forum to determine what medicines you should or should not take? You really need to direct your question/s to your prescribing doctor as he/she knows your medical history, not us. If you feel you're not getting a full answer/explanation can you not seek another doctor for a second opinion?
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