as you describe, it's not like a heart attack. possible cause as follow:
Such as rheumatoid arthritis, periarthritis of the shoulder, scapular muscle strain and other diseases and bursitis and tendonitis can cause shoulder pain.
2. Coronary heart disease
Coronary heart disease is a heart disease caused by coronary artery stenosis or paralysis. Because the pain in the shoulders, sternum and left little fingers is also transmitted to the brain through the sympathetic ganglia of the 1st to 5th thoracic vertebrae and the corresponding spinal nerves, the brain sometimes cannot tell whether the pain is from the heart or the sternum. shoulder. Therefore, patients with coronary heart disease often have shoulder pain symptoms, and sometimes even cover other parts of the pain. In general, in addition to shoulder pain, patients with coronary heart disease may have post-sternal or precordial pressure.
3. Pulmonary cancer
When a cancer occurs at the tip of the lung, the developing cancer tissue can compress or invade these nerve plexuses, such as shoulder muscle pain. This type of pain is usually caused by a burning underarm, a burning pain in the inner side of the upper limb, especially at night. If the shoulder is severely stressed, it will also affect the movement of the shoulders and upper limbs.
4. cervical spondylosis
The pain is mostly numbness and has the feeling of radiating from the upper limbs and hands. The most common pain site is concentrated in the shoulder area except the neck, which is above the collarbone, above the shoulder peak, and in the area above the shoulder scapula.
5. Shoulder inflammation
Pain is persistent dull pain, and pain often manifests as soreness and pain. Most of the pain is located in the deltoid area, which is the area below the clavicle, the area below the shoulder and the area below the shoulder.
6. Acute cervical radiculitis
More common in young people who work at the desk or work long hours. The onset is more urgent, the pain is severe, and the severe rad