My spouse aged 47 years has been advised hysterectomy as there is a fibroid of 80 by 70 mm. Since hearing about an impending surgery, my spouse's blood pressure raised to 170/100. Now, she has been prescribed one tablet of Telmikind 40 per day and Tolol XR 50 twice a day from the last two weeks. However, the BP has reduced to only 150/90. How long will she need to take the tablets for, to achieve a normal BP. The surgery is getting delayed due to the high BP. So, is it necessary to change the medicines or raise the dose of medicines?
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