It's important to talk with the doctor about your medicines.

Make sure you:
> Know the names of all the medicines you take and know how and when to take them.
> Ask your doctor about possible side effects.
> Ask what each medicine does and why you are taking it.
> Make a list of the medicines you take. Keep it with you in case of an emergency or in case you need to talk with another health care provider about them.
Your Emotional Health After a Heart Attack
After a heart attack, it's common to have negative feelings such as:
These feelings often last for about two to six months. They can affect your ability to exercise, interfere with your family life and your work, and have a negative impact on your recovery.
Talking with your doctor or a mental health specialist can help you deal with negative feelings. Let your family and your doctor know about them. If they don't know, they can't help.