Arnold Schwarzenegger recovers after heart surgery

Veteran actor Arnold Schwarzenegger is currently recovering after undergoing heart surgery at the Cleveland Clinic to replace his aortic valve.

This is how the Arnold schwarzenegger (July 30, 1947 - 73 years old) shared an update after surgery with his fans:

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"Thanks to the Cleveland Clinic team, I have a new aortic valve to go with my new pulmonary valve from my last surgery," Arnold Schwarzenegger tweeted. “I feel fantastic and have already been walking the streets of Cleveland enjoying its incredible statues. Thanks to all the doctors and nurses on my team! ”.

The actor has already had surgery several times.

Like own Arnold schwarzenegger You mention in your post, this is not the first problem with your heart. Since in 1997, he received a replacement heart valve made from his own pulmonary valve tissue, but was told that the procedure would eventually have to be repeated. He was given the option of receiving a mechanical valve, but the professional actor chose not to do so as it would have seriously affected his physical performance. In 2018, he required emergency open heart surgery to replace that valve.

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