He'll Be Back: Schwarzenegger Says Feels 'Good,' 'Not Great Yet' After Surgery

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Arnold Schwarzenegger has updated his fans as to his recovery from dramatic open-heart surgery, saying that he's feeling "good" but "not great yet". He said Schwarzenegger's pulmonic valve was "successfully replaced" and that the star "is now recovering from the surgery and is in stable condition".

He expressed gratitude to the doctors and nurses that performed the procedure and now he's chose to express his gratitude to fans for their huge support.

The spokesperson said that the procedure was a success and that Schwarzenegger is now recovering from the surgery in the hospital.

He said: 'Hello everybody!

"I really appreciate that very much and you're very kind", he added.

"Thank you so much for all your wishes", he says in the Twitter video. I just wanted to let you all know that I'm feeling much better.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger says he's good, but not great, following heart surgery. But I'm good. I get good care, good doctors, good nurses.

The video then showed Schwarzenegger sitting in front of a chess board, with the actor-turned-politician crediting the game for helping to "freshen my mind and my memory a little bit".

The star said while he is not great, he's in good care and hopes to recover soon.

Entertainment Weekly said Schwarzenegger's March surgery was the result of complications from a planned heart valve replacement for the original put in back in 1997 because of a congenital heart defect.

When he woke up from surgery, Schwarzenegger's first words were reportedly, "I'm back" - a cheeky reference to his movie work.