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Can acid reflux cause stabbing shoulder blade and jaw pain?

9 doctors weighed in
Dr. Victor Bonuel
Internal Medicine
3 doctors agree

In brief: It could be but

Also get evaluated asap for a heart and gallbladder condition.
Take care!

In brief: It could be but

Also get evaluated asap for a heart and gallbladder condition.
Take care!
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Dr. Louis Gallia
Surgery - Oral & Maxillofacial
2 doctors agree

In brief: Yes

http://www.barrettsinfo.
com/content/2b_gerd.cfm Chest pain due to GERD may radiate down the arms, into the jaw, ear or neck and mimic heart disease. Continue to work with your internist on this.

In brief: Yes

http://www.barrettsinfo.
com/content/2b_gerd.cfm Chest pain due to GERD may radiate down the arms, into the jaw, ear or neck and mimic heart disease. Continue to work with your internist on this.
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1 doctor agrees

In brief: Pain from GERD

Yes and so can a heart attack.
Get a consult ASAP

In brief: Pain from GERD

Yes and so can a heart attack.
Get a consult ASAP
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Dr. Thomas Yash
Dentistry
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Yes

These can be normal symptom of acid reflex as well as several other diseases.
You should be examine by your physician or referred to a medical specialist for treatment. Acid reflex or GERD can have numerous complication affecting your mouth and teeth.

In brief: Yes

These can be normal symptom of acid reflex as well as several other diseases.
You should be examine by your physician or referred to a medical specialist for treatment. Acid reflex or GERD can have numerous complication affecting your mouth and teeth.
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Dr. Paul Grin
Pain Management
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Cardiac work-up

Is warranted. Cardiac pain most commonly radiates to the left arm, shoulder, neck, and face.
In rare instances, angina pectoris may present as a jaw pain or even dental pain. Rec.: see your pcp or cardiologist to rule out heart disease.

In brief: Cardiac work-up

Is warranted. Cardiac pain most commonly radiates to the left arm, shoulder, neck, and face.
In rare instances, angina pectoris may present as a jaw pain or even dental pain. Rec.: see your pcp or cardiologist to rule out heart disease.
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