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Is my condition heart related? I'm 20 years old 5'10 140 don't excercise, I've been having chest pain for weeks plus inner left arm pain & inner thigh

Is my condition heart related? I'm 20 years old 5'10 140 don't excercise, I've been having chest pain for weeks plus inner left arm pain & inner thigh

See a physician: Your description suggests that the cause is not heart-related. It may be musculoskeletal in origin and related to problems with the upper thoracic or cervical vertebra. There are a number of problems that can cause this. As it has persisted for two weeks, you should see your physician for an evaluation. ...Read more

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Arm Pain (Definition)

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Having inner left arm pain intermittently after exertion. Some heart palpitations and tightness across chest. Is this a heart attack?

Having inner left arm pain intermittently after exertion. Some heart palpitations and tightness across chest. Is this a heart attack?

Tricky: Bayesian analysis is the likelihood of something is the product of how strong the evidence TIMES how likely the thing is to begin with. Great speech*0% noncorrupt politician is still zero likelihood . In theory, exercise induced pain in chest radiating down the arm is classic for heart. Rare heart attacks in young people without cocaine or meth use, but more than honest pols. Get Checked Out. ...Read more

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I am t-2 w/ left upper inner arm pain, left armpit, left shoulder and left neck pain. This tends to happen a week to 2 weeks before my menses.

I am t-2 w/ left upper inner arm pain, left armpit, left shoulder and left neck pain. This tends to happen a week to 2 weeks before my menses.

Radiating pain: You need to get checked. It sounds to me like pain radiating to left arm area. See your doctor immediately . Do not assume it is related to period. ...Read more

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Is cardiac related left arm pain typically described as inner left or outer left? Is it severe? Associated with other symptoms or stand alone red flag

No set answer: Any abnormal symptoms from the bellybutton to the nose have been implicated. If you are concerned enough about what you are experiencing then i would recommend you contact your doctor today and let him/her do a complete risk assessment and exam. Not all patients follow textbook symptoms and need to be assessed individually. ...Read more

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Inner arm pain in the left arm 2 in above inside elbow. Usually only hurts on movement an feels like a bad bruise deep inside when I do move. Causes?

Inner arm pain in the left arm 2 in above inside elbow. Usually only hurts on movement an feels like a bad bruise deep inside when I do move. Causes?

Epicondylitis: You may have a condition called medial epicondylitis also known as golfers elbow. This is similar to tennis elbow but occurs on the inside if the elbow. It usually is painful with movement and can sometimes be painful with wrist motion. Contrary to its name it often has nothing to do with golf. If it's associated with numbness and tingling you may also have irritation of the ulnar nerve. ...Read more

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What does upper left arm pain mean and how should I treat it?

What does upper left arm pain mean and how should I treat it?

Need Diagnosis: Upper arm pain can come from multiple sources including referred pain from the shoulder and neck so start with a detailed evaluation to establish a diagnosis. Learn more: http://www.Theshouldercenter.Com/shoulder-pain.Htm. ...Read more

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Pinching pain when try to lift left arm pain what does that mean?

See below: Sharp pain in the shoulder with overhead activities may be due to shoulder bursitis, tendonitis, or arthritis. Pain that radiates from your neck down your shoulder and/or arm may be due to a pinched nerve in the neck. See your physician if your pain doesn't improve in 2 weeks. ...Read more

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Left arm pain when coughing?

Left arm pain when coughing?

Herniated disc: Coughing increases pressure in the spine and if there is an underlying compression of a nerve or the spinal cord itself, pain can be produced. Best to be examined and perhaps have an MRI of the neck perfored. ...Read more