Angina is a common symptom of coronary artery disease. Angina is defined as having chest pain with activity that goes away with rest. It’s important to point out that women often don’t have typical angina, meaning chest pain going to the arm, neck, or shoulder, but sometimes fatigue, feeling tired, getting short of breath very easily can be angina equivalence, in women especially. Symptoms of a heart attack are more impressive in that it’s a persistent pain often associated it with lightheadedness, nausea or vomiting, or sweatiness, sometimes passing out, sometimes lightheadedness. If you have such symptoms, it’s very important that you call 911.