Queen’s legendary guitarist Brian May spoke in a recent appearance on Good Morning Britain and revealed the details of what happened after he diagnosed with a heart attack.
As you might remember, Brian injured his buttocks in the earlier of May and hospitalized afterward. Later on, Brian announced that he suffered from a heart attack as well and saddened the whole community.
In the conversation, Brian talked about those days and mentioned how bad he was feeling while talking about his treatment and why he almost lost his life. He said that you needed to be careful with the medication because it can be good for your heart, but affect the rest of the body badly.
Moreover, Brian stated that the worst thing that happened to him after the heart attack was a stomach explosion, which nearly killed him according to Brian. Later on, he described the disease as stomach hemorrhage.
Here is what Brian May said:
“The stomach explosion, that was the point where I nearly lost my life, actually – not the heart attack, strangely enough.
You have to be so careful with the medication that they give you because it’s great for the stents, it’s great for the heart, but it’s not very good for the rest of your body, and you can really go down. So it’s a tightrope.
The worst thing that happened was the stomach hemorrhage, and I lost an awful lot of blood all at one time and just was wiped out – I couldn’t move, I couldn’t get across the floor.”
“So that was the worst point for me. But I had a bit of a bad time all around. It sounds amusing, really, a catalog of disasters – ’cause I had sciatica as well, and I’m not quite sure how I got that, but the pain from that was so excruciating.
I couldn’t really go through the operation at first. The actual heart operation was a doddle compared to sciatica.”
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