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I had a suspected mild heart attack, kindly help me

i had a suspected mild heart attach on 11/02/07 do you think i will be okay to fly to spain on holiday ? i want to fly on holiday to spain for 2 weeks on 24/02/07 do you think it will be okay after i had a suspected mild heart attach on 11/02/07
Thu, 17 Dec 2009
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You will have to ask either the cardiac rehabilitation nurse or your consultant, but in all honesty probably not
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