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Warm and slight pain in left arm from elbow to wrist. Thought? Could it be from always sleeping on that side?

Warm and slight pain in left arm from elbow to wrist. Thought? Could it be from always sleeping on that side?

See a doctor: If the symptoms are persistent , not resolved 1 hour after getting up, you should see a doctor. It could be several reasons, including skin infection, nerve pain etc. ...Read more

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Sudden pain in left arm from elbow to hand. Pain mosly in wrists. Will wrapping and icing help? Has happened before bt never stays long

Sudden pain in left arm from elbow to hand. Pain mosly in wrists. Will wrapping and icing help? Has happened before bt never stays long

Wrist Pain: Why do you have arm/elbow/wrist pain? Any history of trauma? Do you play any sport? Is it just pain or with redness and swelling? Cold compress and nsaids such as ibuprofen/aleve can help relieve the inflammation. If it doesnt go away, get it checked by your doctor. Hope you feel better. ...Read more

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I have sharp pain in what feels like my heart when I breathe. Also sharp pain in left arm between elbow and wrist as well as shoulder. Please help!!!

I have sharp pain in what feels like my heart when I breathe.  Also sharp pain in left arm between elbow and wrist as well as shoulder. Please help!!!

Pain: Pain that's reproducible on inspiration and palpation of the affected area of pain is typically suggestive of costochondritis, Your pain and symptoms sound like they may possibly be of muskuloskeletal origin?. However, It would be a good idea to visit your doctor and get a cardiac workup to rule out any more serious underlying cause. ...Read more

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Pain in middle top back pain in left arm and elbow sour tast burping burnig in stomach chest pain and pressure filling sick ben 8 months astil hav sym?

Pain in middle top back pain in left arm and elbow sour tast burping burnig in stomach chest pain and pressure filling sick ben 8 months astil hav sym?

8 months of symptoms: It's time to see your doctor if you've had these symptoms that long! While I could speculate on some of your symptoms, a more complete history and definitely a physical exam are needed. The sour tasted, burning in chest/stomach, and nausea (feeling sick) could be many things (i.e. reflux, hiatal hernia etc) and your doctor can help figure it out. Good luck! ...Read more

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What can I do for this pain in upper left arm and elbow?

Arm pain: It really depends on the location and kind of pain. Does it hurt with motion, or at rest? Constant, intermittent. Try stretching your arms, shoulder, and especially your neck. Often times, shoulder and arm pain is actually cervical spine pain caused by impingement on the spinal roots. ...Read more

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Pain in left arm.Starts around elbow.Pain radiates to thumb.Sometimes tingling fingers.Yesterday had shooting pain across shoulder when extended arm.

Pain in left arm.Starts around elbow.Pain radiates to thumb.Sometimes tingling fingers.Yesterday had shooting pain across shoulder when extended arm.

Sounds like pinched: nerve, but any pain in left arm is concerning for angina. You are quite young to develop heart disease, but you should see your doctor to make sure your heart is ok, especially if you have risk factors. ...Read more

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What is causing pain in my left arm...shoulder, elbow, forearm, wrist, and fingers?

What is causing pain in my left arm...shoulder, elbow, forearm, wrist, and fingers?

Left arm pain: There are many causes including Musculoskeletal, neurogenic (spinal or peripheral), vascular, psychosomatic etc.You have given us no history. Please seek consultation with your doctor for a physical exam. ...Read more

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Pain in bck of neck and sharp pain on my left arm below elbow and in left leg? Wat could this be? Could it be my mattress springs?

Pain in bck of neck and sharp pain on my left arm below elbow and in left leg? Wat could this be? Could it be my mattress springs?

Pain is obscure: Could be the mattress springs. Unlikely neurologic in origin, more likely from musculoskeletal "improvisations ", irritating nerves outside the central nervous system. Check with a local osteopathic physician who specializes in neuromusculoskeletal pain. Try slow stretches- one leg gently over the other lying on your side - 3-5 minutes each side- arms out like an airplane. ...Read more