Question by  Franky (21)

I have jaw pain in my lower bone. Could this be an indication of a heart problem?


Answer by  Beki (33)

Pain experienced in the lower jaw will probably relate to an infection or abcess in that area. It is highly unlikely that you are experiencing heart problems, however should this concern you please visit your dentist or GP for further examination and professional advice.


Answer by  MattK (1713)

Jaw pain of the lower bone can certainly be an indication of a heart problem. It can also be an indication of a fracture, muscle tear, pull, neurological pain and dozens upon dozens of other causes. The best and only course of action is to go to the emergency room if you suspect a heart problem.


Answer by  angiem1981 (1059)

Possibly but not necessarily. While some heart attack victims report pain or tightening of the lower jaw, this can be caused by many things.


Answer by  Sally30 (163)

Lower jaw pain could be a sign of a heart condition, such as coronary artery disease. It could also be due to a dental problem or an infection. You should consult a doctor to determine the cause of your pain.


Answer by  David49858 (2)

yes jaw pain is a indication of possible heart issues as well as heart burn,back pain,arm dumbness,pressure in chest and many others.Regular exercise and a healthy diet fith fresh fruit fresh fish and little red meat is a great way to be heart friendly.also see you doctor

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