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I weaned myself off meds. Any reason for concern?

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I weaned myself off 200mgs Zoloff, 100 Metotropol 50 Lisinoprol for blood pressure and anxiety -lost 15 lbs over 6 mths exercising- 61 a year old 240 lb man, blood pressures been in 130'3/140's over 70's/80's range. Last meds taken over 1 wk ago feel much better. Any reason for me to be concerned other than the possible return of the anxiety and/or high blood pressure which I monitor daily?
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replied March 25th, 2012
It is of interest that weight loss can be associated with elevated blood pressures becoming essentially normal. And regular exercise helps. If the blood pressures remain normal in the range you describe, I would conclude that you are heading in the right direction. Should you lose somewhat more weight?

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