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Severe chest pain, radiating to upper back and left armpit, numbness, pressure sensation in arm. Medical emergency?

Hi Im 36. I have a pain that comes and goes in severity in my chest . The centre and left. It goes and comes back. It radiates to my upper back and left armpit and sometimes the left arm. Sometimes my arm and wrist get tugging and numb. The pain is sometimes sharp sometimes dull with a squeezing or pressure sensation. Should I go to emerg or just wait and call dr? What does this sound like?
Asked On : Sun, 17 Mar 2013
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hi , your symptoms suggest of a cardiac cause, If u have a family history of cardiac probs? or r u obessed? wat kind of work do u do? are you male or a female? if female howz ur menstural regularity . any ways better get an ecg, treadmill test.. check ur bp ..consult nearby physician with the reports
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