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I had a nasty chest pain earlier, it went away but now I have a weird tingling sensation in my left arm and hand. Any thoughts what it is?

First time symptoms? Are these the first symptoms you've ever had of this problem? I recommend you see your primary doc. Young people can have valvular/other cardiac problems like older people. It's relatively rare but birth defects can be present and never detected until later simply because there are no symptoms. And especially if you're into exertional sports in school etc. Call your doctor for an appointment soon. Read more...

I have really bad pain in my left arm and can't lift or hold anything in my hand also having really bad chest pain. Had a EKG and it was normal help?

See cardiologist. You are 45 years old and a woman. Heart disease tends to be occult in women. The fact you have a normal ekg is good. Not sure who did it or where you were evaluated. If it was nl, that is ok. It is very likely that your arm is muscular. If after anti-inflammatory medicine, muscle rubs or stretching it is not better, see your doctor for further evaluation. Read more...
May need CAT scan. Chest pain and arm dysfunction could be caused by a lesion affecting the nerves of the brachial plexus at the top of the chest. A careful evaluation with a physical exam and x-rays is warranted. Read more...

Symptoms ongoing for a year. Chest pain, left arm pain, left calf and thigh pain. Sometimes numbness in hand. No one knows. Been to many drs.

Mystery. Your year long syndrome deserves better than a 2 line description (your part) and wild guessing (our part). A thorough evaluation is necessary. If the UK system allows you to go to a university for a comprehensive evaluation, I would recommend that. Read more...

Left scapula and left anterior chest pain with deep breath and certain shoulder movement assoc with left hand and left foot tingling, left arm ache???

Musculoskeletal. It is impossible to diagnose based on this information, but the description is most compatible with a musculoskeletal problem, from arthritis in the shoulder to stress injury from moving, lifting, weights, etc. If it worsens, or if you develop dull chestpain, fever, or shortness of breath, see your doctor! Read more...