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Hi, guys. I was diagnosed angina pectoris several months ago. Whenever I have pain, it radiates to my left arm. I would like to know whether it is common for patients with this disease. What do you think? I would really appreciate all your replies. Thank you in advance. Bye, guys!

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Hello to you too. It is very common for angina pain to radiates. It is usually into the left arm. However, it can radiate into other regions such as jaw, right arm or even upper stomach (epigastrium). It is very important when you feel this, to contact your doctor. Put your nitroglycerin lingualettes under your tongue. In any case, you should contact your doctor. I hope you will feel better. Good luck! Bye!
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