Squeezing pain radiating from the center of the chest that lasts for more than a few minutes can be indicative of a heart attack, according to Mayo Clinic. Other symptoms include uncomfortable fullness or pressure in the... More »

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According to the Mayo Clinic, pain in the center of the chest can be caused by mild conditions, such as stress or indigestion, but is also a common warning sign of a heart attack. Heart attacks are caused by blocked arte... More »

Sharp chest pains may indicate pneumonia or lung infections, according to HealthCentral. Sharp chest pains may also indicate that a rib is out of alignment, and blood clots in the lungs could be the root cause. More »

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In addition to pain in the left arm, telltale signs of a heart attack include shortness of breath, a squeezing sensation or fullness in the chest, toothache, headache and jaw pain, states MedicineNet. Additional symptoms... More »

In men, the symptoms of a heart attack include chest discomfort, which is identified as a pain or pressure in the chest that lasts for a few minutes and returns, according to the American Heart Association. Symptoms can ... More »

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The cause of arm pain during a heart attack is pain traveling from the heart and chest, which spreads to the arms and other parts of the body, explains WebMD. Pain in the arms and other areas does not always occur when a... More »

Ten signs of a heart attack are tightness, pain or achiness in the chest or arms that sometimes extends to the neck, jaw or back, nausea, indigestion, heartburn, abdominal pain, shortness of breath, cold sweats, tirednes... More »