Is left ring finger pain/numbness a sign of a heart attack?

Not at all. You more likely have a digital neuropathy or even early cubital tunnel. Regardless, see your doctor and get evaluated.
Unlikely. Most likely a neuropathy or a structual problem. A physical exam with a good history by your family dr should track down the problem.

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I have a tingling numb feeling in my left four fingers. Is this a sign of a heart attack?

Usually not. The arm discomfort associated with cardiac issues is mostly present on the inner part of the upper left arm. It is also not usually present as an isolated symptom. That said, if you are concerned, it's best to talk with your doctor and review your risk factors for heart disease. Read more...

Is intermittent tingling on two fingers and a pressure feeling on the tip of thumb on my left hand a sign of impending stroke or heart attack?

Possibly. This may be related to a nerve compression syndrome, but TIA or atypical angina need to be considered. See your doc to get it checked out. Read more...
Tingling. This is more than likely due to something in your neck irritating a sensory part of the nerve usually c6 or c7. If you are concerned about it you should see your family doctor. Signs of a stroke are usually more pronounced ie, facial weakness, arm weakness, speech disturbance, visual changes.. Read more...

Is weird numbness and tingling on the left side of your left hand a symptom of impending heart attack?

Probably not. Pain or numbness in the left arm or hand can be associated with heart attacks. However, there usually are other symptoms such as chest pain, shortness of breath, and fatigue. If you just have numbness and tingling it is probably related to pressure on the nerve either in the neck, the elbow, or the wrist areas. Read more...
Sometimes. Sometimes it is heart related and sometimes it is a pinched nerve. See your doctor. Read more...
Probably not. Arm pain that radiates (travels to) the hand and particularly the fingers is usually not heart related, but more likely to be a pinched nerve in the neck. The is referred to as as cervical neuropahy, if it comes from the spine, or brachial neuropathy, if it comes from lower down. I've seem this happen if someone leans heavily on crutches they have been using for a sprained knee. Read more...

My left hand feels hard and numb. Also palm is sweaty, why? Is this related to a heart attack?

See a dr asap. This could be- although probably not. Still seek medical attention asap to make certain it is not a heart attack. From there, if it is not, they will work up your hand. Read more...