they grow pale, begin to sweat profusely, say they don't feel well at all, grab their chest
in what you called the worst pain
they'd ever felt, and fall over dead. (Or
not, if they're lucky) Women, on the other hand, can have very subtle symptoms for DAYS before the actual attack occurs. The symptoms tend to be far more diffuse. They can have pain in their shoulders that may or may not radiate to the jaw, neck, either arm or the upper abdomen.