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Only lower LEFT jaw pain accompanied with chest pain is the sign of H.A.or RIGHT lower jaw could also be sign? Left and right jaw big difference?

No difference. There's no difference in the side o of jaw as far as a heart attack is concerned.get checked out as soon as possible and if you are having pain now go to the ED or call 911. Read more...
Chest pain. Chest pain should never be ignored. Chest pain plus jaw pain (either side) needs immediate evaluation. Call 911 or go immediately to ER. Better to rule out a heart attack then to not treat it. Read more...

Right sided chest pain arm neck jaw pain....I hve bad anxiety! Could this b muscle pain? Or anciety related how to tell? Plz help.

Could be many things. You need to sort all these out with a good physician who would listen to you story carefully and perform a full history and physical examination to decide the steps with you. Please be patient! good luck! Read more...
Chest pain. Could be any of things you note. Ought to see doctor to be sure not serious then can work on anxiety or other. Read more...
Most likely. If you do not have tingling, prickling or numbness with this problem. If your jaw hurts mostly at the tmj, then this most likely stress related. Read more...

I am experiencing jaw pain, panic attack, chest pain or discomfort (better by: rest) (side: both) (worsened by: after exercise) (severity: mild) (quality: sensation of pressure or heaviness) (time frame: sudden), shoulder pain (quality: under the right

It's time for a Dr. Chest pain, with jaw pain or with shortness of breath, can be due to minor problems or to very serious ones. An ER doctor can check to see what might be going on. Possible causes include angina or heart attack, partial pneumothorax (collapsed lung), asthma, reflux, heart arrythmias, etc... Of course, if a patient has known panic attacks that cause such symptoms, she needs to let each doctor know. Read more...
Examination. Cause of chest pain must be determined. Start with your General Practitioner. Referral to a cardiologist may be in order. Expect a battery of examinations, lab tests, and possibly imaging. Please call for appointment now. Read more...

Heart IS fine. But chest pain (sharp), jaw pain (dull), headaches and very specific pain in left shoulder tip, elbow and pinky and ring finger. Why?!

Cervical spine? The distribution of pain in the shoulder, elbow, and 4th and 5th fingers follows a dermatome: the distribution of a nerve root that originates in your neck. A herniated cervical disk (in your age group, usually due to trauma) is the most likely cause but there are rare causes too. Was your MRI of your neck? Read more...

Hi, I am having slight centric chest pain for almost a week. Neck pain Shoulder pain, jaw pain nausea headache one sided giddiness fever ECG normal?

Neck if not heart. Any time one experiences chest pain with Jaw, shoulder and arm involvement, ruling out a cardiac cause is paramount. Once done though, your cervical spine can be the underlying trigger for most of these complaints. Have your doc look into your neck as the cause where you might need PT, injections and meds to clear things up. Read more...

3 years on and off. Palps, chest pain, left arm and jaw pain. Which then spreads to left calf, groin, left leg, foot. Loads of investigations. Ideas?

Vague. I would assume that you have had plenty of tests. Left arm and jaw pain usually signals some type of heart or impending heart issues. The other symptoms may reflect some circulation problems. Tough to try and figure out without going to some well known hospital/medical settings like Mayo Clinic, etc. Read more...

Heart been investigated- normal. But chest pain, jaw pain, left shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand/fingers! Left leg also throbs when SX are bad. What is it?

Neck? Is it possible that the pain originates in your cervical spine? Any trauma, known spine issue? Alternatively, it may be related to peripheral nerves on the left side. You will need a full neurologic evaluation to further determine the etiology of your symptoms. Read more...
Vague. Difficult to narrow down any type of causation without a thorough history and exam. Get more than one opinion if need be. Read more...