Take Several Types Of Hypertension Medication Simultaneously?
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Amlodipine and valsartan are drugs to treat hypertension. Cardioaspirin is a medicine to treat the formation of blood clots that can clog arteries. The combination of these drugs is reasonable to be used in people with heart and blood vessel disorders, as long as the drug is consumed by doctor's advice and under the supervision of a doctor.
Blood pressure is divided into several degrees, namely:
Normal blood pressure (<120/80 mmHg).
Pre hypertension (120/80 to 139/89).
Grade I hypertension (140/90 to 159/99).
Grade II hypertension (> 160/100 mmHg).
Treatment of hypertension depends on the degree of hypertension and the body's response to the drug. In newly detected grade I hypertension, the doctor will generally try a single drug in a minimal dose. The doctor will make observations on the response of the patient's body. If blood pressure does not change with this treatment, the doctor will increase the type of medication, increase the dose, or do both. Several classes of drugs with different mechanisms of action can be used by one patient in order to achieve normal blood pressure.
Thus, the treatment of each individual is different, depending on the severity of the condition, the presence of other comorbidities, response to the drug, and other risk factors. Meanwhile, aspirin is used to prevent the formation of blood clots (thrombus). Thrombus can clog arteries so that blood flow to the tissue is obstructed. As a result the network can experience death. This was prevented by administration of aspirin. However, use must be careful, because aspirin can cause bleeding that is difficult to stop if someone is injured.
If you still have doubts, please discuss in more detail with your treating doctor. That's all my answer, hopefully it's useful.