I have pain on the left side of my neck. When I prop on my left side I hurt in my chest, hard to breath, and my neck and shoulder hurt. I change on to my right side and no pain. Could it be a artery blocked or not. I have had a 4 bypass heart surgery. Went to the ER last night with these symptons plus sick at my stomach, headace and back hurting. Gave me something for pain and sent me home. Could this be pertaining to my heart or not. Thank you
This week I have had some pains in the right side of my neck. Sharp pains that don't last very long. Also, there have been several times lately that when I go to get up from a sitting position, I get a very sharp, stabbing pain in my lower left side, somewhere near the ovaries. Any clue as to what these symptoms may be from?
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