The views expressed by me are for educational purposes only and do not establish a doctor patient relationship.
I am Mysticdoc, experienced Internal Medicine Specialist.
I am here to help you with your concerns.
Diabetes and hypothyroid also form independent risk factors for heart disease.
If not treated, these conditions can cause heart attack over time.
Hence, it is important to take eltroxin and metformin to treat these conditions.
Regarding your heart medications you are on multiple medications which lower your blood pressure.
You are also on 2 different cholesterol lowering medications.
It seems you are on excessive medications.
But I do not have the exact medical records.
Just to give you an idea, your blood pressure should be around 130/80 ( not too lower than that), your LDl cholesterol should be at or below 70 mg/dl, HDL cholesterol should be above 50 mg/dl; Triglycerides around 150 mg/dl.
Your blood sugar should be between 100-140 mg/dl most of the time, A1c should be around 6.5 to 7
Hence, medications should be adjusted to achieve these targets to minimize heart disease risk.
You should discuss with your doctor regarding the proper medication combination to reduce sickness.
It is not good idea to stop medication without proper discussion with your doctor.
Please rate the chat Good or Excellent, if you are satisfied with our conversation and do not have any further question, so that I get rewarded for my time & effort. Thank you!
Please bookmark my profile for asking further questions!This is the link to my profile: http://www.justanswer.com/medical/expert-mysticdoc/