Published On: Wed, Apr 4th, 2018

Arnold Schwarzenegger Shares On Twitter ‘I’m back’ After Heart Surgery

On March 29, Hollywood super star Arnold Schwarzenegger experienced a heart process that remained fortunately successful, his spokesperson Daniel Ketchell told media, while he is discovered with a stable condition a day after of surgery.


Ketchell shared “@Schwarzenegger is awake and his first words were actually “I’m back”, so he is in good spirits,” using his Twitter, also let the people know, Arnold is now feeling well by repeating actor’s iconic dialogue, “I’m back.”

The 70-year-old also took its Twitter to share the news; yes everything is fine now ‘I’m back’, slept with expectation to have a small opening but after waking up received big one, ‘something to be thankful for.’

He went so happy that God gave him chance to say thanks to those who were part of his surgery and first of all him (God).

The doctors had decided to carry out an operation is considered required to replace a valve that had formerly been installed in 1997 for a congenital heart defect.

However, the actor will be joining ‘Terminator 6’ filming as everything is decided, while Linda Hamilton will also be watching playing Sarah Connor again.

The actor requested doctors for a less-invasive catheter valve replacement process. Schwarzenegger’s spokesperson had previously said that an open-heart surgery team was ready during the practice but also insisted that their attendance wasn’t strange in such conditions.

Further about his heart diseases, a motorcycle crash in 2001 is behind his a number of broken ribs, while Schwarzenegger had undergone a hip replacement and rotator cuff surgery in 2003.

Nevertheless, a 2006 skiing accident caused his right femur breakage, a wound that needed a complicated surgery to fix.

Schwarzenegger earned huge fame for his bodybuilding and later turned Hollywood star, became so popular for his lead role in “The Terminator” in 1984.

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