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Chest pain with arm tingle

i am not sure what this is but i am investigating and have thought it to be a angina. since sunday i have had mild chest painsand tingling in my arm, i woke up on weds and had a pain in my middle of my arm like something was stuck there, was dizzy and nauseous. i am scared because it s six am on thursday and i woke up with a temp of less than 98.9 and dizzy but no chest pain. it usually goes away when i sleep and wake up so i am not concenrned but....i dont have any insurance to go to the er and have all of the heart tests done...any advice would be helpful...i am scared of heart disease even though i do not smoke at all....and i wanna go to the er....
Tue, 15 Dec 2009
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Could be angina, could be anxiety....could be heart attack but don't freak out until you know more...you definitely want to have it checked out. I don't know about where you live but where I'm from if you go to an ER they have to treat you regardless of insurance or ability to pay. If you go in and tell them you're having chest pains, they have to see you and even if they can't give you an exact diagnosis they can at least rule out heart attack!!
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Chest pain with arm tingle

Could be angina, could be anxiety....could be heart attack but don t freak out until you know more...you definitely want to have it checked out. I don t know about where you live but where I m from if you go to an ER they have to treat you regardless of insurance or ability to pay. If you go in and tell them you re having chest pains, they have to see you and even if they can t give you an exact diagnosis they can at least rule out heart attack!!