After a heart attack or revascularization procedure, many people wonder whether it will be safe to resume sexual activity, and if so, when. They may worry about having another heart attack, or about dying during intercourse. If they have had bypass surgery, they may worry that sexual activity might be painful. Despite the importance of sex in a healthy relationship, many people including doctors are uncomfortable discussing it. As a result, questions go unasked, and information is not volunteered.
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Jump to content. Sex is part of a healthy life and part of your quality of life. It is safe for most people after they have had a heart attack. After a heart attack, you can resume sexual activity when you are healthy and feel ready for it.
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By James Beckerman, M. Vincent Medical Center, Providence St. Vincent Heart Clinic-Cardiology.
Yes, you can have sex after a heart attack. Great sex. You just need to start slowly.