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I am having a squeezing pain on my left arm between my elbow and shoulder on the inside. What could this be?

I am having a squeezing pain on my left arm between my elbow and shoulder on the inside. What could this be?

Hard to say: Hard to say without a physical exam. Most common are problems with the shoulder or neck but it would be best to be seen by your doctor before you accept a diagnosis over the internet. ...Read more

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I have pain in my left arm between my elbow and shoulder.Been to heart dr. About a month ago everything was good. What could the pain be?

I have pain in my left arm between my elbow and shoulder.Been to heart dr. About a month ago everything was good. What could the pain be?

Musculoskeletal.: L arm pain between shoulder and elbow is most often due to the muscles and bones and nerves located between the shoulder and elbow. See your regular doctor if this is progressing or troublesome. ...Read more

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Managing Tennis Elbow (Checklist)

Remember to rest your elbow and arm
Daily
Take anti-inflammatories to address pain
Daily
Try physical therapy to help recovery
1 Hrs, Weekly for 14 days
Take breaks when using your elbow during activities
Daily
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Inthelast week I have had a sudden sharp stabbing pain (in one point) in my upper left arm half way between elbow and shoulder on the inside.Whatisit ?

Inthelast week I have had a sudden sharp stabbing pain (in one point) in my upper left arm half way between elbow and shoulder on the inside.Whatisit ?

Left Arm Pain: Hi, left arm pain is one of the various symptoms that can be associated with angina, or cardiac pain. With out a history of injury, you should view this symptom as significant. You should have it looked at today. Remember that females can have very mild symptoms with cardiac disease. Good luck! ...Read more

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Managing Tennis Elbow (Checklist)

Use a Tennis Elbow strap
Daily
Take NSAIDS (e.g. Aleve)
2x day
Perform stretching exercises
10 Min, 4x day for 3 Weeks
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Pain in left arm and left shoulder. Arm feels numb with sharp pains down to elbow, causing nausea. Pinched nerve maybe? Or something more serious?

Pain in left arm and left shoulder. Arm feels numb with sharp pains down to elbow, causing nausea. Pinched nerve maybe? Or something more serious?

Possible Nerve Pinch: Sharp pain in the arm associated with numbness is often a symptom of a nerve pinch somewhere along the course of a nerve or nerves. Classically the nerve pinch itself does not cause nausea, but the consequential pain if significant enough can be associated with nausea. Such significant complaints should be evaluated by an appropriately trained health care professional. ...Read more

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I've been having shooting pain down the back of my left arm between the shoulder and my elbow?

I've been having shooting pain down the back of my left arm between the shoulder and my elbow?

See your Dr.: You need to be evaluated by your doctor. You will likely need an MRI of the cervical spine. Good luck. ...Read more

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Managing Tennis Elbow (Checklist)

Rest and avoid playing tennis until problem resolves
once
Take NSAID medication to reduce pain and swelling
Daily
Consider wearing a brace to alleviate the pain
Once
Do physical therapy to strengthen muscle of forearm
3x week
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Had shoulder surgery, rotator cuff 2years ago,why do I have pain again in my left arm between shoulder to elbow?

Had shoulder surgery, rotator cuff 2years ago,why do I have pain again in my left arm between shoulder to elbow?

Upper Arm Pain: There can be many reasons including new injury, re injury and adhesions. Recommend rest, ice, and anti inflammatory (ibuprofen,naproxen) and a visit to an orthopedist. ...Read more

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