Chest pain, belching, along with pain/jolt in the arm, numbness or tingling, sometimes pain in the neck or jaw: why?
Chest pain. Lots of possibilities, first get checked to be sure the serious ones are not in play.
Multiple causes. The temporomandibular joint can get stuck from a variety of reasons. The most common cause are tight muscles in your neck and jaw. When these muscles press on nearby nerves, you can get dizziness, headachess, and ringing in your ears. After checking with your doctor, ice, heat, and massage can be helpful.
Doctors don't know what cause my chest pain and numbness and tingling in both my arms, chest and jaw. Any other doctors seen that before?
Yes. Get a good exam --
Consult a doctor. Chest pain can be due to many causes and can be serious, especialy when you have left arm numbness, as it may be related to your heart so waste no time see your doctor asap or go to er.