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Sharp pain in the left side of chest radiating to arms while coughing, sneezing. Reason?

Yesterday I sneezed and happen. Today I coughed and it happen. A sharp pain on the left side near my heart with a pain shooting down my left arm to hands leaving a warm then cold tingling sensation in and my left arm and lingering pain. Numbness type of feeling that you get after a limb falls asleep and is waking back up
Asked On : Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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I would like to know your age.
These symptoms can not be neglected. You may have to visit a cardiologist for the same.
Classical heart related pain will be like this. It starts in the chest region, left side or middle, may radiate to left shoulder and left arm. It is usually short lived, will get aggravated with exertion and comes down with rest. May be associated with sweating.
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Answered: Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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