Didn't think of it

I purchased an electric recliner with masssager.  I did not even remember I have a pacemaker implant.  I've been equipped since  2010.  This is my second one.  So  - can I use the chair?  I don't like massages so I wold not be using the massager,  but I do need help to pull the levers, etc.   


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by new to pace.... - 2023-08-11 17:25:19

I use an electric recliner since pushing the buttons is easier that using a manual one with levers.  As to the massage part i do not know the answer.   If it has a magnetic and keep it 6 inches from your pacemaker.  They generally say it is ok.                                                                                   Seems a waste not to use the massage part.

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by Lavender - 2023-08-11 17:58:48

I use an electric recliner at times. No problem. 

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by Aintgotrhythm - 2023-08-11 18:00:36

To be honest, I didn't even give it a thought as to whether or not I should use it post implant, I just did.

No issues.


by AgentX86 - 2023-08-11 22:47:58

I'm sitting on one now.  There is no problem with the little motors in home appliances.  There is little in a home that could come up to the level of being unlikely to cause any problems. 

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by Kookaboo - 2023-08-30 13:08:04

I love my electric recliner and wondered if it would be a problem for my pacemaker.

I also have an electric adjustable bed.   Will that be a problem?  It has a latex mattress.

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