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Is there a cure for microvascular angina?

There is no cure for microvascular angina, but treating the underlying conditions can help to reduce pain and reduce the risk of a heart attack. Medications and surgical procedures may successfully treat microvascular angina. You can also reduce your symptoms through changes in your lifestyle, like reducing stress, adjusting diet, and getting exercise.

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