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Have chest pain, hand numbness, swollen throat. No medication till now. What to do?

Hi lately I've been having quite a lot of chest pains after while this fades but on some occasions it is followed by my throat feeling like its closing up and its hard to swallow. I also have a lot of throbbing in my arms its a dull pain but on occasions it turns into shooting pains that make my hands go numb the leave a tingling sensation in my fingers. Any idea what these could be?
Asked On : Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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Sep 2013
Thanks for the query to H.C.M. Forum.
Reasons of throat pain are many as,
enlargement of tonsils,
Chest pain may be due to infection in throat.
Since, how many days , you are having these symptoms ?
Hard to swallow , very dangerous , but duration of symptoms are important .
So the best way is consult an E N T specialist and get his opinion.
Get well soon.
Answered: Sun, 23 Jun 2013
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