Simultaneous pain felt in the arm and chest is most often a sign of a heart attack. Symptoms usually last over 30 minutes, but emergency help should be contacted immediately, says WebMD. More »

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Some causes of pain in the arm are injuries, nerve issues, inflammation and cardiac arrest, according to Mayo Clinic. There are many variations of each of these causes, and there may be multiple causes happening at once.... More »

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The symptoms of heart attacks are different in women than they are for men, according to WebMD. Women tend to experience less obvious symptoms and don't typically feel severe chest tightening or pain running down the rig... More »

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Sudden jaw pain on the left side is sometimes a symptom of a heart attack, according to Dr. Oz. One-sided, acute jaw pain is also a sign of trigeminal neuralgia, although this can occur on either the left or the right, s... 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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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 »

Pain that occurs in the chest and radiates to the arm can be a sign of coronary artery disease or a myocardial infarction, according to WebMD. Chest pain is called angina, and this is one of many heart-related symptoms t... More »

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