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Some people with restrictive cardiomyopathy may get better by taking types of drugs called beta-blockers and ACE inhibitors. If that doesn't ease your symptoms, your doctor may add other medicines like digoxin, diuretics, and aldosterone inhibitors.

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Cardiomyopathy Association.

Reviewed by James Beckerman on March 02, 2019

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Cardiomyopathy Association.

Reviewed by James Beckerman on March 02, 2019

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