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Is that the only treatment? You haven't told me about your symptoms, but I assume you what is called "stable angina". Treatment for that condition includes more than Beta blockers (Metoprolol) and an anti-platelet drug (such as aspirin). In general, a Baby aspirin (60 mGm) daily is enough to achieve that, thus I don't quite know why your doctor prescribed two tablets. Apart from that I would recommend that you use it twice daily after Breakfast and dinner.
You can read more here about treatment for coronary artery disease here:
Hope this helps,
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