It's more common to experience pain in the left arm with a heart attack, but one can also develop pain in the right arm or both arms. People who are having an attack feel this kind of pain because they are experiencing decreased blood flow to the heart.The wide variation in heart attack symptoms means the person may have arm pain without chest pain, or both.
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