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What is causing pain in finger veins , shoulder and in left side of chest ?

my left hand ring fingers vein is paining followed by the shoulder and had a sunned pain for sec in my chest towrds little left .. pls tell me i am scared ... what does this mean
Asked On : Mon, 12 Mar 2012
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Hi ,
This is less likely because of heart condition .
In case you are above the age 30 yrs and have common risk factors like addiction , stress , overweight etc etc , basic screening for heart problems like lipids , ECG will help .
Answered: Wed, 28 Mar 2012
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Thanks for posting your query.

From what you have described this is probably a local pain due to either an injury or stress.

You haven't mentioned for how long you have had this pain. Was there any injury or strain to the left hand?

It is most probably not a cardiac pain as cardiac pain usually starts from the chest and then radiates to the jaw and left arm.

There is no cause for worry.

You can try applying some local gel like Volini Pain Gel on the arm three times a day.

If the pain continues or increases in severity or the chest pain recurs then you will most probably need to consult a cardiologist who will examine you to rule out cardiac causes.

Hope I have answered your query.

Answered: Mon, 12 Mar 2012
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