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Open-Hearted Arnold: How the Terminator Survived Open-Heart Surgeries and a New ‘Machine Part’

Arnold Schwarzenegger shares health update following pacemaker implantation

Open-Hearted Arnold: How the Terminator Survived Open-Heart Surgeries and a New ‘Machine Part’

Recently, actor Arnold Schwarzenegger revealed that he had a pacemaker fitted on Monday after undergoing open-heart surgeries in the past. The 76-year-old shared his experience with his fans, explaining that he usually keeps medical issues private due to his upbringing in Austria. However, Schwarzenegger decided to share his experience to offer support to others who may be facing similar health issues.

Schwarzenegger discussed the surgery on his podcast ‘Arnold’s Pump Club’ and compared his new “machine part” to his Terminator character. He also mentioned that he will have to take a break from going to the gym. Despite this setback, Schwarzenegger assured his fans that he was recovering well after the surgery and even attended a public event with friend Jane Fonda just days later.

The former Governor of California expressed his gratitude to his medical team at the Cleveland Clinic for their care and support during the surgery. He emphasized that the surgery was necessary on the advice of his doctors, as previous scars from past surgeries had caused irregularities in his heartbeat. Schwarzenegger reiterated the importance of regular check-ups and listening to medical advice for maintaining good health.

Schwarzenegger’s transparency about his health challenges has inspired many people, and it serves as a reminder that no matter how tough life gets, there is always hope for recovery and improvement.

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