Safe For One with heart condition??

Contributor: GingerSpice GingerSpice
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Was wondering if the is would be safe to use, if one has had a heart condition, it was more of a blockage, not a rhythm problem....
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Contributor: Ryuson Ryuson
If it was a blockage there should not be any immediate threat, but the best thing to do would be to call the doctor who treated you. They're going to know a lot more about your specific condition than people on Eden! If in doubt about anything you should always consult a professional.

I'm assuming you don't have a pace maker. If you had a pace maker I would most certainly err on the side of caution and, if I did like electric play, only do it on the far extremities and on a very light voltage. Pace makers are scary, sensitive, and not a force to be taken lightly!
12/05/2012
Contributor: XxXxX XxXxX
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Originally posted by Ryuson
If it was a blockage there should not be any immediate threat, but the best thing to do would be to call the doctor who treated you. They're going to know a lot more about your specific condition than people on Eden! If in doubt about anything ...
I agree, you should just ask your doctor. They have heard it all before so I am sure no one would be shocked. I would feel terrible telling you tht you should be fine and then finding out it went badly.
12/05/2012
Contributor: GingerSpice GingerSpice
Thank you guys!!!
12/05/2012
Contributor: Petite Cannibal Petite Cannibal
Yes. Thanks for the information!
01/10/2013
Contributor: MrWill MrWill
I'm going to agree with everyone else: Talk to the Doc.



That being said, it's my understanding that if you keep all contact points below the waist you should be fine.
01/10/2013
Contributor: Shade Shade
Quote:
Originally posted by Ryuson
If it was a blockage there should not be any immediate threat, but the best thing to do would be to call the doctor who treated you. They're going to know a lot more about your specific condition than people on Eden! If in doubt about anything ...
I agree. Call your doctor, but yeah. If you have a pace maker, I so wouldn't get anything that deals with electricity and attaches to your body? Hell no.
02/03/2013
Contributor: lillmiss5054 lillmiss5054
After working in a Critical Care area as an RN, this question never came up in a clinical situation. That being said you should be safe using it below the waist.....but please consult with your doctor believe me it's better to be safe and they are not "shocked" by any question. Pardon the pun.
06/02/2013