Disneyland rides

Didn't even think about it.  I'm taking my grandchild to Disneyland.   Should I avoid any specific rides.  Checked with the doctor's office.  All cardiac warnings?  Seems severe.  


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by Bionic Beat - 2020-02-24 23:02:57

Its been awhile since I was in anything Disney but I do believe that certain rides have medical warnings posted.  Perhaps you could email them or phone for further information, ahead of your trip.

Most of the rides are fine for everyone but its the 'exciting' ones that are not; I got to guard the belongings while everyone else in the family went on the ride about 10 times. LOL

 

 

 

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by DouglasRachac - 2020-02-25 22:32:00

There will be plenty of rides with warning, but those are there to cover their (liability).   There isn't anything a ride can do to your device electronically that is harmful. Your programming won't be scrambled, you device won't be shut off.  But you do need to check with your doctor to learn if your heart can handle thrill rides in general. Some conditions, like Long QT Syndrome, are triggered by excitement, so it wouldn't be a good idea to ride thrill rides. But, if your doc clears you for thrill rides there isn't anything at Disney your device couldn't handle. Have fun!!

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