I have been having tightness on left side of neck for a couple of days. Is it heart related?

Not necessarily . There are a number of things that can cause neck pains, cardiac, may be one, muskuloskeletal is another. An evaluation by your dr is needed for proper diagnosis and treatment. Good luck.

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Ever since I pushed on lymph nodes under left side of neck I've kept gettin feelings of passing out but never do (several months) I know my heart is ok?

The lymph nodes you. are indicating are close to the carotid body on that side. This is the blood pressure and heart rate regulator. When you push on that you will slow your heart and drop your blood pressure. Do it long enough or hard enough and you WILL pass out. Potentially you still have some swelling there that is stimulating the area. Ask your health care provider to examine you and determine this. Read more...

I have pain in left side of neck trouble swallowing I fainted - palpitations with constipation, irregular heart, is this my vagal nerve inflamed?

See your physician. Would like to give you some meaningful advice but it would be impossible for a physician to do so on the basis of such limited information. Generally people don't get inflammation of their vagal nerve. Your symptoms require in in office visit to a good Internist for proper diagnosis and treatment. Please don't waste your time trying to self-diagnose on the internet...you will just confuse yourself. Read more...

I have a warming sensation in left arm and left side of neck. I am 22, work out, and had a good EKG and stress test 6 months ago. Heart problem??

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Musculoskeletal. If your heart checked out 6 months ago, then it's much more likely that your symptoms are musculoskeletal in nature, such as sprain/strain or possibly a pinched nerve. If symptoms are severe and/or persist, you should see an orthopedist for further evaluation. If there is any associated chest pain then you should seek urgent medical evaluation. Read more...