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chest pain is possible. but arm pain is unlikely.
No. If you have perforated peptic ulcer, you could have arm pain.
Thank you for your question, chest and arm pain after food intake are most likely due to acid peptic disease, If you have risk factors for heart disease, like obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure then you should also keep possibly angina or heart pain in your possible diagnosis.If sneezing or nasal symptoms also follow with this pain in the arm then it is most likely allergic reaction to food. I am working as an assistant professor in cardiology. Thank you.
Thank you for your reply, this additional service means that you can come back anytime on this chat for more questions regarding this same issue. If pain increases with activity of exertion then i will not advise to to take risk as this is termed as angina if pain increases with activity or exertion, in this case stress test or stress ECG is the best option to rule out possible heart disease. Thank you.