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Chest Pain - Check Your Symptoms

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Have you been diagnosed with angina and your angina is occurring more often or is getting worse?

Have you had symptoms that you think may be related to a problem with your heart, but all symptoms are gone now?

Have you had a recent injury to the chest?

Do you have pain when you breathe but you do not have symptoms of a heart attack?

Do you have pain in your chest muscles or ribs (chest wall pain)? Note: Pain may or may not increase with coughing or deep breathing.

Do you have pain in your chest and a fever?

Do you have pain with a band-shaped rash?

Have you had mild pain in your chest without symptoms of a heart attack?

Do you think your chest pain may be caused by a medicine?

Other Symptoms to Watch For

Review health risks that may increase the seriousness of your symptoms.

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WebMD Medical Reference from Healthwise

Last Updated: September 25, 2012
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