Former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq clarified, did not suffer a heart attack

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Lahore
Amidst the news of former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq suffering a heart attack, he has clarified that he had not suffered a stroke. According to him, he had to undergo angioplasty due to blockage of the artery. Inzamam posted the video on his official YouTube channel saying that he had gone to the hospital complaining of abdominal pain and during a routine check-up, an artery block was detected. Inzamam said, ‘I want to thank all the people in Pakistan and the world who prayed for my health. I thank the people of Pakistan, the cricketers here and everyone around the world. He said, ‘I saw the report in which it is being said that I had suffered a heart attack. this is wrong. I went to my doctor for a routine checkup who said that he would have to undergo angioplasty. During angioplasty, doctors noticed that I had an artery block after which they inserted a stent. It was easy and successful and I returned home after 12 hours in the hospital. I am fine now.’ Inzamam said, ‘I went to the doctor because I felt a little uncomfortable. It was not even close to heart. If I delayed showing up, the doctors said it could have affected my heart.

[Attribution to NBT]

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