Five second pain across center of chest between breasts. Momentary pain above right breast. Upper back shoulder pain. Chest pain related or cardiac?

Usually not cardiac. If only five sec then usually not cardiac. Cardiac is lasting into the minutes and can be related with activity. This could also be skeletal pain. If continues i would go to family md. If pain becomes worse or persistent then to the er to make sure no serious issues. Need to determine any other symptoms and risk factors as well.

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I am 22, female. I've been experiencing chest pain above my left breast. Also I have some shoulder pain (could be from working out).Should I be worried?

Probably. musculo-skletal pain due to muscle spasms from stress or anxiety or inflammation of the connection sites of the ribs to the chest bone. Mitral valve prolapse is a possibility and needs to be checked . I hope this helps. If you want to talk more about this contact me by e-mail or text chat or video chat at www.healthtap.com/dryetimyan. Read more...

I have sick sinus syndrome and I have been suffering pretty bad chest pain and shoulder pain during practice. Is this cardiac related?

Chest pains. There are many possible causes for a chest pains like lung problems, muscle pain and gastrointestinal problems. Regardless, chest pain with shoulders pains, is always a red flag and visit to a PCP and cardiologist is warranted. Although sinus is not an emergency, you still may need to consult your PCP for evaluation and treatment. Read more...
Could be. Your description is suggestive of cardiac though other things could be similar. If you have sick sinus I imagine you have a cardiologist. I would let them know asap. If the pain doesn't go away with rest or persists be seen right away. Read more...
Get stress test.... In order to be certain your symptoms are not cardiac, you should see a cardiologist and have a stress test, if you haven had one recently. This will tell you if you have cardiac problems with exercise. Good luck! Read more...

Can an abnormal right coronary artery lead to any problems? What if you have symptoms during exercise such as chest pain/shoulder pain?

Possibly. If the right coronary artery arises from the pulmonary artery instead of the aorta, the blood flowing through it is low on oxygen, and can cause cardiac symptoms. This almost always presents in infants and children. In later life, coronary artery problems are due to atherosclerosis, and the symptoms are typically angina. If you have any questions, see you primary physician or cardiologist. Read more...
May be. What kind of abnormality? If occluded you may have chest pain on exertion and shortness of breath. If the obstruction is significant enough the doctors would have suggested stent. Nitroglycerine can also help you to relieve symptoms of chest pain. However, get checked with your cardiologist. Read more...

I have coronary artery disease. I have been having shoulder pain, blade, neck pain at rest with walking, and with chest pain. Could it be my neck?

Primary care screen. With a history of coronary artery disease and smoking , your primary care doctor needs to make sure that the symptoms are not related to your heart. If not, a physiatrist can further evaluate to deteine if there is a component related to the neck. In general, walking alone, without turning the neck, should not exacerbate neck pain. Read more...
Chest pain. It is possible the neck could contribute to what you describe. Should check with your dr. To be sure. Read more...

Could cancer cause severe left upper back/shoulder and chest pain. When cardiac and GI has been ruled out? Family history of cancer.

See a doctor. While cancer is a potential cause of pain, it is certainly not the only reason. If you have unexplained pain you should seek medical attention. Read more...
Yes but you have. A diagnosis of such...Otherwise something like musculoskeletal would be much more likely. Read more...

What autoimmune diseases may cause raised ALT, ankle pain, chest pain, spine & shoulder pain without ANA, HLA B27 being positive?

Autoimmune disease. Have you been told you have an AI disease? some markers may be elevated due to generalized inflammation or specific organ injury. A true autoimmune disorder will have specific serologic markers for diagnosis. Please consult your rheumatologist. Read more...
Not many. Sounds like you have already had a "work-up" for your symptoms (ANA. HLA B27 are not :common" tests The raised ALT may or may not be associated with your other symptoms. Do you have a liver problem? Hepatitis B, C often cause associated joint problems. Get this checked out by the same Health Care Provider who obtained the blood tests you mention Hope this helps Dr Z. Read more...