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Is there a cure for microvascular angina?

Dr. Jeanne Morrison, PhD
Family Practitioner

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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