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Greetings from Ireland. I am aware of the benefits of L-arginine

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Greetings from Ireland. I am aware of the benefits of L-arginine and NO and really want to use this supplement. However, I have just been through a heart attack (Had to get stint inserted into coronary artery) and I read somewhere that people who have taken a heart attack, should not take NO. Is this true
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Yes, it is true that there is a concern that there could be an increased risk for complications if L-arginine/NO is taken by someone with a recent heart attack. It would be better to allow for complete healing after the heart attack, and when you doctor says that you are completely recovered, then you should also ask whether it would be OK to take the supplement at that time.

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