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... I have been trying to get rid of angina pain for years. IF you ever swollow ice and get that weird nasty pain between your eyes, than to me that is what angina feels like. It goes down my left arm and jaw. ... (4 replies)
... I'm back. I have read that heart problems, especially heart attacks, have a symptom of left arm pain. Has anyone heard of right arm pain being heart related? ... (2 replies)
... What i would like to find out is.............the jaw and arm pain is it angina due to a heart issue or can that kind of pain be caused by stress alone and have nothing to do with your heart at all? ... (14 replies)

... I also get left arm pain when im stressed out or anxious. I also get jaw pain when stressed. The doc said its definatly not my heart. So i dont get it either. I keep thinking its some form of angina. ... (14 replies)
Lower Arm pain
Aug 28, 2007
... This morning I woke up with some wierd arm pain. They feel like they are muscle in nature, but still have me concerned. ... (0 replies)
... arm are heart related the pain on the chest would be as great or greater and for me it was the jaw and arm that were worse, ergo stress not heart driven. ... (14 replies)
... It is a feeling that is very hard for me to describe. The worst pain in my arm was during a heart attack, but I have experienced it with bouts of angina since then. It is a dull ache that can involve most of the left arm, but not the left hand. ... (10 replies)
... coupled with the symptoms, left arm pain, chest tightness. My angina manifested has left arm pain, sort of in the muscle, but unable to pinpoint the exact location. I found that my breath was a little "short. ... (2 replies)
... For almost a week prior to the attack, I had agonizing pain in my left shoulder. The pain would radiate from shoulder to my elbow on the inside of my left arm. I couldn't sleep, so I spent the nights wondering what was happening to me. ... (10 replies)
... pain can radiate to the arms, neck and jaw. Angina usually subsides with rest if exertion brought it on, but if the angina results in heart muscle damage there may be nausea, sweating and breathing problems. Numbness of limbs is more likely due to a stroke. ... (10 replies)
... Since I've been on the bystolic pretty much, I've had discomfort that seems to center in my left arm. I don't have what most describe as angina in the chest area, mainly just the left arm. I do, however, seem to have chronic muscle pain in my left chest area. ... (0 replies)
... M.I. wasn't affected by exercise that I could tell. It was an excruciating pain in the left shoulder which stayed relatively constant. ... (6 replies)
Palps and arm pain
Jan 29, 2014
... Last night I woke up and my heart was thumping away, quite quickly Wouldn't say it was tachy, but faster than usual. I also noticed a sharp pain in my left arm, it would last about 40 seconds, then go away. It would come back about 5 mins later. It kept this up for about an hour. ... (0 replies)
... It is unlikely that the arm and jaw pain is due to angina or heart problems. ... (14 replies)
... long. I really thought I was going to have a heart attack. Immediately after, I vomited several times, sweated profusely, and then passed out. I've had bad chest pain ever since then. I also had severe left arm pain for about two weeks after. I know I damaged something. I didn't see a doctor till two months later. ... (10 replies)
... I agree, PROBABLY costo BUT costochondritis doesn't cause shortness of breath, nor does acid reflux--- angina DOES! If you have the classic shortness of breath and a dull pain mid chest (or into the left arm-pain or numbness) ON HEAVY EXCERCISE that passes away with 5 minutes of rest, then I'd say you need another stresss test WITH NUCLEAR MARKERS if in any doubt about the... (5 replies)
... To be honest, I can't really tell if the pain is coming from my back between my should blades or not. ... (3 replies)
... These chest pain episodes can be very frightening, but given your age and history, I'd say stress is not causing your symptoms, but certainly is making you feel worse. ... (5 replies)
... I haven't actually heard there is much risk with the Angioplasty at all except in the highest risk patients with coronary artery disease in multiple vessels as well as diabetes. These people are normally given open heart bypass, but since no blockage issues have even been found with you, I assume you would be among the lowest risk groups. There is a risk of death with any... (14 replies)
... Stable. Intensity, character, and frequency of episodes can be predicted, and angina occurs in response to a known amount of exercise or other stress. ... (1 replies)




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