Hi I'm having hard pains in my chest above my left breast. Could this be my heart?

It is not clear what. you mean by "hard" pains. Cardiac pain is usually dull, pressure, squeezing and aching like a tooth ache. If you mean sharp it is most likely the muscles and bones of your chest. If they persist, make an appointment with a health care provider for evaluation.

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