Can heart pain present on the right side?

Yes but not usually. The pain from coronary artery disease is most commonly in the middle of the chest or in the left chest. Pain more to the right would be unusual but possible. Of course, it the patient had the rare condition of dextrocardia (heart on right side of chest), then the pain would indeed be likely to be on the right side.
Yes. There are several additional features beyond location that you should discuss with your cardiologist to determine the cause of your pain.

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