Thanks for your question.
A typical Heart pain (Typical Angina
) has following characteristics
1- chest pain
which is central radiating to left arm or both arm, neck or jaw and seems like heaviness, pressure or squeezing.
2- Chest pain which increases with exertion.
3- Chest pain which relieves at rest and/or with sublingual angised.
If you have all of these three findings, then you definitely have a chest pain typical for heart disease
If you have 2 of these above mentioned findings positive, then you have chest pain suggestive of heart disease.
If you have One of the three findings, then you have chest pain which is atypical.
However, You should have your EKG and an Exercise stress test
Hope that answers your question,