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What are the symptoms of microvascular angina?

Symptoms of microvascular angina usually include severe chest pain or pressure in the chest. Other symptoms include mild pain in the left arm, shortness of breath, bloating and gas after meals, and dizziness. Pain associated with this disease is usually brought on by increased physical activity or emotional distress.

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