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What are the treatment options for microvascular angina?

Treatment of microvascular angina starts with trying to reverse or slow the progression of the underlying disease. Treatment may also depend on the severity of your symptoms. Mild symptoms can be treated with medications that open or relax your blood vessels. Moderate symptoms might require a surgery or other procedure to restore blood flow to the affected areas of the heart. If symptoms continue to worsen, immediate hospitalization may be required.

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