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Roller coasters post ablation

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Is a roller coaster ride safe after a lap cholecystectomy?

My daughter is a month postoperative from a lap cholecystectomy and feeling great. Can she ride a roller coaster? ...
 

Have Hiatus hernia. Can I go for a roller coaster ride?

I have a hiatal hernia . Is it a bad idea for me to ride a roller coaster? Would my stomach push into my chest cavity? ...
 

Stomach gets a roller coaster feeling. What could it be?

my stomach gets a roller coaster feeling..what could it be... ...
 

Getting blurred vision and feeling of roller coaster when laying down. Worrisome

When I lay down on my back I loose focus of vision and it feels like I am on a roller coaster ...when I sit up I feel ok again ....only when I lay on my back ....I am worried ...
 

I have a fib. Have had some palpitations every couple of days. Can I ride a roller coaster?

I have had some palpitations every couple days. I am fine with normal exorcise. I have a fib. And was in the ER three days ago. And was in a fib for 40 minutes. Can I ride a roller coaster tommorrow? ...
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Is it safe to go on roller coaster during post septorhinoplasty?

I am going on holiday in 6 weeks. I will be between 9 and 10 weeks post op from septorhinoplasty. Is it okay to go on rollercoaster rides at this point. I have heard the nasel bone is pretty much healed at 6 ...
 

Can I go on a roller coaster with my son?

Hello, I have High Blood Pressure and SVT. I loved roller coasters all my life and my son now has .... I am wondering if you think i can get on a roller coaster with my son. We are going to 6 flags ...
 

Can heart patients go on roller coasters ?

or people with high blood pressure ? are there any risks ?
 

Fear of Roller Coasters, mental or physical??

I have a moderate/severe fear of roller coasters. I have been on roller coasters before because I ... on roller coasters? I m not scared of heights, I m just scared that my body will hurt itself. The Mummy wasn ...
 

Rides of roller coaster during pregnancy

If you re one month pregnant can you ride roller coasters or rides? ...
 

Is it safe to ride a roller coaster with several DVTs?

have any DVTs and do not. Is it ok for me to ride a roller coaster? ...
 

Is it okay to go on roller coasters whilst on warfarin?

Is it okay to go on rollercoasters whilst on warfarin with an INR range of 3 to 4, and the last reading was high (4.7) on the 17th? I m a 20 year old female, I had extensive DVT in one leg last November, and bilateral PE, then DVT in my other leg...
 

Had bilateral spontaneous pneumathorax, had pig tai; chest tubes inserted. Can I roller coaster?

roller coasters? I will be in the states in November and need to know if 5-6 months post-op if I am going ...
 

Uterine polyps removed. Endometrial ablation recommended. Is balloon method or roller ball method better?

recommended an endometrial ablation. How does a Dr. decide to use the balloon method, versus the roller ball, or other methods that I have read about. I am post menopausal. What are the chances of them returning after ...
 

Should someone with a heart condition go on a roller coaster ?

Should someone with a heart condition go on a roller coaster ? ...
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I had concussion over a year ago, am i able to ride a rollercoaster?
Hello, If you are not suffering from any problem like Headache or dizziness or any other problem,then There is no problem in riding a roller coaster. Thanks
 
Hi I was wondering if it ok to go to a amusement park with roller coasters and would it he safe ? Even though I had a pneumothorax 2 months ago (no surgery)
Roller coasters could be risky. Any exercise which involves exerting high pressure on your lungs may not be good at this stage. Again this depends on the cause of pneumothorax
 
I'm dizzy after I close my eyes after a day of roller coasters.
It is expected. Take a day's rest. Drink more of fluids. You would be fine in a day.
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