Anyone with chest pain radiating to the neck and left arm should seek medical attention, especially if there is any shortness of breath. Not sure if this is what you are describing but without knowing you and the details of your case, you should be contacting your doctor ASAP. In fact your prescribing doctor should ALWAYS be the first person you contact with a new symptom that you think could be a side effect. As I said in a previous response to a similar question, a doctor like myself can not evaluate symptoms in isolation. By this I mean that is impossible to answer a question like this without knowing a lot more about you and your health condition. Please call your doctor as soon as possible.
Rip Kinkel, MD
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