For the last two weeks or so, I started suffering
muscle/tissue pain, biceps/tisue area in both upper arms, 24/7.

It not the typical angina
pain sensation, this is different. I suffer from angina, and heart failure
Have been unable to have an angiogram to exclude coronary blockage,
due to allergies and reactions to anesthetics and contrast dye,

I have not done any heavy lifting, exercises or exert myself physically
in anyway.

Wondering if the muscles/tissue upper arm pain
in both arms could be related to reduce blood flow in the heart?

Thank you.
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replied January 9th, 2019
Hello and welcome to EHF !

I went through your query and i think this is just a muscle spasm and not related to the heart structure. No worries and continue with supportive and symptomatic relief and let them have a look.


Take care


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