Arnold Schwarzenegger Says He's Doing 'Good' But 'Not Great' Following Heart Surgery

Arnold Schwarzenegger is back with a health update after heart surgery

Arnold Schwarzenegger, post-heart surgery, says he feels 'much better'

Mumbai: Post his heart surgery, "Terminator" star Arnold Schwarzenegger has thanked his fans for their love and care.

The video then showed the 70-year-old actor sitting in front of a chess board.

Schwarzenegger is on the mend after going into the hospital for an expected surgery to replace an artificial pulmonary valve in his heart.

Just wanted to let you know that...thank you so much for all your wishes and for all the cards and the phone calls and the emails that I get from around the world. I really appreciate that very much, and you're very kind.

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The former bodybuilder, Terminator actor and governor of California has been recovering at home in the fortnight since the major operation.

"I just want you to know that I am feeling much better", he said. A pulmonic valve originally installed in 1997 for a congenital heart defect had to be replaced. Governer's Schwarzenegger's pulmonic valve is successfully replaced and is now recovering from the surgery. Great is at a totally different level. "But I'm good. I feel good, I've got good care, good doctors, everything". He delivered the message while has to play the chess game to fresh-up his mind and his memory a little bit. "We are moving forward!", Schwarzenegger also thanked his devoted followers for their outpouring of support following his operation.

The valve was successfully replaced.

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

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