What can I do also have heart trouble but can't afford to go to the doctor.
Most states have insurance programs for low income residents. Depending on your income, you may qualify for one of these programs with little to no cost to you. In addition, many drug manufacturers have programs that help low income patients receive their medication at reduced or no cost. In the meantime you can check with your local health dept about short-term assistance with your medical issues. Or you can go to the ER. I had to go without my thyroid and blood pressure meds for about 3 weeks and ended up spending 5 days in ICU due to complications. These meds are very dangerous to just stop and I would urge you to take whatever actions you can as fast as you can to get back on your medication.
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