high bpplease help me i am 44yrs male having high bp (160/100) taking alopathic medichine 2wice a day. Please suggest homeopathy medichine which can controll hbp thanx.
onlyme2 on 2009-10-08
I detected High Bp in the year 1999, Its may be due to family history as my mom got high bp in her early age. I have been gone through several tests of blood and cardiac including echo and stress echo cardiograph every thing was normal then i have been prescribed Atenolol 50 mg after breakfast and things were under control, from last 1 and 1/2 months I felt head ache and burning eyes as felt in the year 1999. Then I rushed to my Family doctor He found my pressure was 160/100 and prescribed Telepress AM in the evening and asked me for lipid and few more blood tests except LDL 130, triglyceride 375 every blood test report were within normal range, then he told me to continue both high bp tablets morning and evening for 1 month and Fibator Tablet to control ldl and triglyceride. Now I think if through it can be controlled I should go for it and really I am fade up with these alopathic medicines. Please suggest me best homeopathic treatment.
Thenks and regards
onlyme2 last decade
Please buy Craetagus-Q (imported reput company) and us 15 drops per dose thrice a day before meal) also continue with the other medicines for the time being so that you may not distrub. Get the reading BP morn. and even. regularly and come up after a week. during the week if you feel your BP is gradually coming down then come up here for further adivce.
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