Upper left arm pain is sometimes a symptom of a heart attack, and sufferers should never ignore it, notes Mayo Clinic. Other potential causes of upper arm pain include joint injuries or compressed nerves. In some instanc... More »

A variety of causes exist for general arm pain including joint injuries and compressed nerves, according to Mayo Clinic. Many cases of arm pain are caused by problems in the neck or upper spine. More »

A common cause of pain and tingling that radiates down the arm is a pinched nerve in the neck, states Virginia Spine Institute. Pain in the shoulder blade, hand or fingers often accompanies this type of pain. If the pain... More »

Upper left side back pain can be caused by acute pancreatitis, Healthline says. Although the pain manifests mostly in the upper left side of the abdomen, it can spread to the left side of the back and left shoulder blade... More »

Upper eyelids can puff up and swell either at night or throughout the day for a variety of reasons, such as hyperthyroidism, chalazion, bacterial infections, viral infection and mumps, says Healthgrades. Chalazion occurs... More »

Medical attention for a swollen left arm is recommended if swelling is accompanied by pressure, squeezing or fullness in the chest, which could indicate a heart attack, states Mayo Clinic. Medical attention is also recom... More »

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Four rare symptoms of a heart attack include arm pain, jaw or throat pain, indigestion or lightheadedness, reports the American Heart Association. Heart disease is the number one killer for adults living in the United St... More »

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