pain in chest:
Chest pain could be pneumonia or a heart attack.
But be aware that heart conditions typically appear as discomfort, not pain.
Don’t wait for pain.
Heart patients talk about pressure.
They’ll clinch their fist and put it over their chest or say it’s like an elephant sitting on their chest.
The discomfort associated with heart disease could also be in the upper chest, throat, jaw, left shoulder or arm, or abdomen and might be accompanied by nausea.
Take in time action.