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Central Chest Pain Radiating To The Neck Or Upper Extremities
Is there a musculoskeletal disorder that causes neck, back, and chest pain along with numbness in all 4 limbs?
Pain : There are several possibilities, you should see a dr. For diagnosis and treatment as needed. ...Read more
What could cause an hour long episode of deep dull central chest pain spasming to neck and jaw . It was not heart. ?
Central chest pain: As described at the reported age a cardiac cause is primary concern;go to the nearest A&E/ER department now. ...Read more
I suffer from asthma & my gp has given me lazsprosol due to the steroids irritating me. I'm still getting chest pain, central and up into my neck.
Sudden right side chest pain. Radiating to shoulder/neck/back. Hurts to use or put pressure on. Dizziness. Hurts with deep breaths. Help.
See below : More information (HX of trauma), a physical exam and a ECG are required to diagnose you. See a physician as soon as possible, as It could be a anything from a broken or lacerated rib to pericarditis. However, I doubt that you are having a heart attack or acute coronary syndrome. ...Read more
Chest pain, radiating to arm, shoulder and side of neck but also into my tongue. Is tongue pain part of heart attack sign?
May be heart related: Yes! the location of radiating pain is not specific, and it can be cardiac (heart) related whenever there is chest pain - radiating or not. Whether it goes into your tongue is irrelevant - it's possibly a very serious indication that a heart attack is imminent. It should always be ruled out, so get an exam for this very soon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No, but it's a sign!: "heavy chest pain" is a sign to go to the E.R. If one's doctor is not readily available. Chest pain symptoms can be a heart attack. One should not drive himself (it's safer to go by ambulance). If he turns out not to have heart attack symptoms, the E.R. Will also have evaluated for chest problems such as a collapsed lung or a pneumonia. A chest x-ray, ekg, and labs can be done quickly at the E.R. ...Read more
Concerned...: Dear bm00r3, the symptoms you describe are concerning. Without knowing too much more about your health status and risk factors, what you describe could be due coronary artery disease. I would suggest talking to a doctor very soon about your complaints and going ahead with appropriate tests to diagnose what the underlying problem is. Don't underestimate this issue! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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