Common locations of chest pain are substernal, retrosternal, or in the epigastric regions. The pain radiates to the neck, jaw, and arms or to the back. It usually lasts for 20 minutes or longer commonly occurs in the early morning, but can happen at any time.
8 Locations of Pain During a Myocardial Infarction (MI)
1) Upper Chest
2) Substernal Radiating Down Left Arm
3) Substernal Radiating to Neck and Jaw
4) Neck and Jaw
6) Epigastric Radiating to Neck, Jaw, and Arms
7) Left Shoulder and Down Both Arms
8) Interscapular (Posterior View)
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