depends on how bad it is. Some people could go on a roller coaster and it wouldnt bother them. others it might. Hell, a person perfectly healthy could have health problems on some roller coasters. Roller coasters raise your adrenyline levels dramatically and also your blood pressure. There are a lot of negative G's (Forces times Gravity) on roller coasters and depending on the levels, even a perfectly healthy person could have a heart attack
. Without being able to see your EKG's or heart levels I would not be nor would anyone else be able to give you a personal diagnostic. You would need to see a doctor to get a straight answer. If you choose not to, then take it slow. Dont just jump on the most dangerous and exciting ride you can find. Try a little one first and work your way up. Take a 1/2 hour break between rides (and with the lines that wont be a big problem) Make sure to check your pulse after the ride and make sure that when you step off the ride you are not going over 120 bpm's. Have fun!