Queens Brian May ‘hit him hard’ after a heart attack

Queens Brian May 'hit him hard' after a heart attack

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Brian has given fans an update on his health after suffering a heart attack in May, which was ‘hit hard’.

The 73-year-old Rani guitarist appeared on The One Show on Friday, where she told viewers she had ‘regained her brilliance’ a few months later.

He revealed: ‘I’m fine now. That’s all you need to know. I hit very hard and very low. Continuing medical incidents, I think you can tell. It will take you very little.

‘So now that I’m in physical exercise and cardio rehab, I think I’m turning a corner.

‘In the last few days, in fact, I think I have regained my brightness. But it has been a while. This is a difficult one. ‘

Brian’s doctors found three arteries blocked in his gluteus maximus when he was being treated for pain due to a rupture and a narrowed sciatic nerve.

She promised the Queen mythology fans (Image: BBC)

In May he broke the news to fans and posted a video on Instagram: ‘I fit in biking, I got a good diet, not too much fat, but anyway, in the middle of the whole history of pain, I had a small heart attack.

‘I say small, it did me no harm, it was about 40 minutes of pain in my chest and tightness and that feeling in my hands, and sweating, you know, you’ve heard,“ Is this a heart attack? ” ‘

When he was found in the hospital, the doctors told him to have three heart bypasses or stents, which would be a very minor operation and would allow him to come home within the next day.

He selected the stents and added: ‘I thank them from the bottom of my heart. I think I’m in good shape for some time to come.

‘I didn’t die, I came out, I would have been full of beans if it wasn’t for the foot … I’ve got a place where the foot can live.

‘Because of this I was very close to death, but the pain I felt was completely different. But I’m fine, I’m here, I’m ready to shake. ‘

The One Show airs on BBC One on weekdays from 7 p.m.

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