Thanks for information posted earlier.
The information was for Myself.I came out of the T.A after 20 years service about a year ago,and I've always kept myself reasonably fit and this bypass malarky is a recent development and an unwanted one at that,although I never really considered myself a Biffer.well cheers for your imput DCFC.
Hari Kari !.....I fuckin hate fish......lol ,it would take more than a Bell End like DCFC to annoy me chief.
Of course your right,now I'm going to have to go into my locked ward tonight and fight one of the Patients for their Clozapine and rid myself of these dam thought's/voices telling me that I could turn back the clock and act like I was 18 again.Aach it was a stupid question anyway and it deserved the reply's it got...thanks anyway gentleman.
I recall, during the last 10( ish ) years an RAF Wing Commander ( flying) who had a bypass, completed his post operative rehab and successfully returned to his Tornado full time. ( Unfortunately, shortly afterwards, a civvy in a light aircraft managed to fly into him and managed to knacker both their no claims, but that's life)