I got mild pain in the chest. I consulted a doctor, and he did ECG, ECHO, TMT, and blood tests. The results turned out to be expected. But in ECG, some mild variation was seen due to BP. I am taking a BP tablet. I also have cholesterol. The doctor said that the reason for my pain was anxiety and acidity. Still, I have some chest pain and backache. I am really worried that I might get a heart attack or fat deposition in my heart.
Would you please go through my reports and advice?
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Take your blood pressure (BP) medications and lipid-lowering medications regularly. Your tests reports are normal (attachments removed to protect the patient’s identity). Kindly get a BP apparatus and check the BP every week. And recheck your cholesterol levels after three months.
Systemic hypertension.Investigations to be done:
Fasting lipid profile.Probable diagnosis:
Systemic hypertension and dyslipidemia.Treatment plan:
Antihypertensives and Statins.Preventive measures:
Reduce salt and fat in diet, focus on weight reduction, do regular exercise.
Thanks for the reply.
I am not taking any cholesterol tablet.
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Kindly start taking tablet Rosuvas (Rosuvastatin) 5 mg at night (cholesterol-lowering drug). And recheck your fasting lipid profile and fasting blood sugar after one month.
Fasting blood sugars
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