I am scheduled for an @ablation soon. I've had no arrhythmia since taking medications (@xarelto and sotalol). I was hospitalized twice last fall, one with cardiac inversion. I've had two cardiac inversions. One over 20 years ago and the one last fall. I've experienced palpitations for many years but the heart has always corrected itself except for the three times I was in hospital through emergency. In the last 3 years I have been plagued with an continuous low frequency drone caused by… read more
I had an ablation about 6 years ago. I was aware of nothing when it was done. I, also, didn’t feel pain when I woke up.
I had 2 ablations 2 months apart, give it time you will feel better
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Diagnosed with PSVT in 2020. AFIB diagnosis Jan 2021. Flecainide and Eliquis since Jan 2021. 2022 brings a whole new round of problems. Finished most recent hospitalization for AFIB and SVTs...heart rate over 200.. liked to did me in. Had cardioversion and was successful. Totally worthless since August 19th..required care at home for basic needs. Today's visit with electrophysiologist gave me two options: need a ablation for the afib and also one to fix this strange svt that appears to be… read more
Has anyone experienced this trauma after ABLATION? I did, and went thru a very devastating
Ordeal at hospital to correct this? Hoping to never experience this again! Any body else?
Oh now I know, thank you.
I am taking two a day. I have noticed a shortness of breath upon exertion. Has anyone else run into this problem? I understand shortness of breath can be a side effect while on this med.
Went to a new Cardio 6 mos ago, took me off amiidorone next day. Said it causes ung problems. I was having. Severe SOB. Off that, take Trilegy, much better.
I have Afib and had an ablation in 2018. I had a heart attack also in 2017 and had a stent put in and a pacemaker. I am wondering what I should do for the continued episodes of Afib I still have. I called my heart doctor and he says there isn't much else that can be done. I am just curious if others have had this happen and have any advice for slowing these heart palpitations that happen at least once a day and can last for a couple of hours.
I had an ablation last August 2021 and have had no issues. Maybe a little sore for a few days but that is about it. Good luck! Hope you feel better.
I have had AFib for 10 years and had 2 cardioversions that didn’t work long term. I also have sleep apnea and use a CPAP machine. The “electrician doc” diagnosed cardiomyopathy with an injection fraction of 35. While I play golf or go to the gym 6 days a week, my endurance is compromised. He claims with the biventricular device, my endurance will significantly improve. If anyone has experienced the implant of the biventricular device, please offer your experience.