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Content updated on Jun 1, 2022

What is stable angina?

Stable angina is a result of a block in the arteries, affecting blood supply to the heart. It is causes by short episodes of chest pain which goes away by itself. It may be triggered by physical exertion and/ or stress. Risk factors include, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity and smoking

Symptoms of stable angina

  • Stomach pain or tummy ache in a specific place

  • Feeling breathless

  • Chest pain

  • Left-sided chest pain

  • Pain across my entire chest

  • Chest discomfort with exercise

  • Heartburn; painful burning feeling in the chest or throat

  • Feel the heart is pounding

Questions your doctor may ask to check for stable angina

Your doctor may ask these questions to diagnose stable angina

  • Do you have abdominal (stomach) pain in any particular location?

  • Are you breathless or having hard time breathing?

  • Do you have any chest pain?

  • Do you have left sided chest pain?

  • Do you have pain over your entire chest?

Treatment for stable angina

Treatment involves medications to relieve pain during an episode. Surgery and other procedures may be needed to treat the artery blockages.Treating or controlling risk factors like diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol with medication and healthy lifestyle is important.

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