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which arm will hurt if you are having a heart attack?

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Dr. Theodore Caspe
38 years experience Family Medicine
Pain radiation: Most of the time the pain radiates to the left. But if you have dextrocardia the pain goes to the right.
Answered on Sep 30, 2015
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