Not as such, no; the conflict is telling you that in the file you’re getting out of the stash, changes were made that might no longer apply because something else modified the same part of the file.
So, the conflict markers are inserted to tell you what each set of edits did to allow you to determine manually what the best course of action is.
The easy thing to do is always pick one or the other, which is how you end up losing changes without realizing it (and thus, is classified as a Bad Idea in the general case).
The correct thing to do is to resolve the conflict, either manually by editing the files and removing the markers, or as @Clams suggests, using the
Resolve button, which opens a view that allows you to see both sets of changes side by side and select which ones you want so that you don’t lose any data.