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135 Metella Road, Toongabbie

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Metella Road Family Practice


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135 Metella Road, Toongabbie

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Metella Road Family Practice


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135 Metella Road, Toongabbie

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135 Metella Road, Toongabbie

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135 Metella Road, Toongabbie

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6 reviews

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Location: Metella Road Family Practice

I love the respect and care you get from Dr Toby. You are never rushed out of his office. If he tells you he will chase something or get back to you he does. No chasing him because he does what he says he will do. Best Dr around.
Could be improved: My only complaint is he is hard to book into and that's no wonder with the treatment you get from him. Everyone has discovered how great he is.


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Location: Metella Road Family Practice Any health issues

Dr Toby is a legend I'm glad I've got him as my doctor.
Could be improved: nothing


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Location: Metella Road Family Practice appointment with Dr Nasr

Dr Nasr is a Doctor who is true to his profession and his patients. He is everything a doctor should be and more. Nothing is too much trouble.You are at ease from the moment you meet him. His knowledge, care, compassion and treatment are outstanding. He is highly regarded within his own peers.


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Location: Metella Road Family Practice

Dr Toby is the best doctor anyone could ask for. So happy to have him as my dr


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Location: Metella Road Family Practice

Dr Nasr is easy to talk to & treats us all with respect & care! Great GP!!


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Location: Metella Road Family Practice

Dr Toby Nasr is the best GP we have dealt with. His attention to detail & care towards his patients is second to none. Our kids LOVE him which is so important to us. We highly recommend Dr Nasr to anyone looking for a first class GP.


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  • Question about APO-Amlodipine Tablets

    when is the best time to take the tablets. Morning or night?

    Up until recently I was telling all my patients to do the same - to take blood pressure tablets in the morning. Typically blood pressure is higher during the day when we are more active and this is when we need the medication to be effective.
    That said, at a recent conference I attended a leading and very highly regarded and widely published Sydney based cardiologist recommended that we consider getting patients to take blood pressure tablets in the evening. His argument was that as we get older, the majority of cardiovascular deaths occur in the early hours of the morning (the classic 'they died in their sleep' scenario) and this is possibly because most of the medications taken in the previous morning have worn off.

    Taking the medication in the evening covers this critical early morning period and medication levels won't be dropping low at this critical time.

    All patients should obviously discuss this with their treating doctor/specialist first before making any changes.

    Dr. Toby Nasr

  • I take 5 MG in the morning for high blood pressure but can I take more than 5 MG a day?

    Coveram is available in 4 strengths
    - 5mg/5mg
    - 5mg/10mg
    - 10mg/5mg
    - 10mg/10mg
    The first number is the strength of the "cover"syl component. The second number is the strength of the "am"lodopine component.

    If you are on 5mg/10mg you can increase to the 10mg/10mg strength.

    It will still be 1 tablet.

    If you find your blood pressure is too low after this but increases later in the day, you could take a 5mg/5mg tablet morning and night. You will run out of the medication quicker but you doctor can organise an authority script which would allow you 2 packets of medication each month.

    Dr. Toby Nasr

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