What does it mean when you have a painful breast that hurts your left side of your chest with left arm numbness?

chest pain. It might due to your t1-3 thoracic nerve root irritated if the pain is sharp, burning, radiating and the pain increased with skin irritation. If the pain is dull, and you feel heavy of chest, you need see your family doctor to have cardiac check.

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36f and am experiencing discomfort on the side of my left breast and left arm numbness. I had augmentation in 2008-this is just now starting. Help?

Bewildering Breast. Augmentation comes with the risk of rupture and extrusion or leakage of the implant contents. In most cases the body will absorb these substances depending on the content (saline vs. Silicone). In the case of silicone and other materials an inflammatory reaction can occur and will irritate the underlying muscle, connective tissue and nerves. If the arm is affected seek evaluation of the issue. Read more...

How do you treat chest pain and left arm numbness?

Consult a doctor. Chest pain can be due to many causes and can be serious, especialy when you have left arm numbness, as it may be related to your heart so waste no time see your doctor asap or go to er. Read more...

Constant chest pain and left arm numbness. What do I do?

Go immediately to an. Emergency room to make sure that this is not a cardiac or heart issue like angina which can present just with these symptoms. Read more...

What might cause chest pain and left arm numbness?

Rule out heart first. Number one cause in seriousness is heart disease / attack. If you haven't checked this out, do so right away. Other causes include pinched nerve in neck, shoulder injury, overuse syndrome of left arm, thoracic outlet syndrome, blockage of axillary artery. Read more...
Hmmm... Chest pain with exertion radiating to the left arm with numbness or pain, improving with rest is suspicious for heart disease. That needs to be investigated. Alternatively, a pinched nerve in your neck follows that dermatome and can mimic heart disease. Alternatively, arthritis in the shoulder, biceps tendon, or costochondritis all can do this. The key is the last 4 items are non-exertional. Read more...