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Constant afib for two months, back to sinus rhythm.
I have been in constant afib for at least two months. I believe it was influenced by prednisone. Had been to ER several times. No relief. Max dosage dilatizrem.
This morning I did my Kardia and lo and behold it said I was in sinus rhythm , no atrial fib. Has anyone else had this kind of spontaneous change?????
Edhammer, March 13, 2020 11:31am EST
A day later and still in rhythm. Heart rate varies from 48-55. BP is low to normal.
got a call into my EP
DkinAA, March 14, 2020 9:53am EST
This is pretty remarkable from what I've seen on this forum. FWIW, my paroxysmal afib sometimes went on for more than 24 hrs then just stopped - I wondered what stopped them just like we obsess about triggers that start afib. I'm now on anti arrhythmic drugs with added pill in pocket for breakthroughs so hopefully I won't be able to further explore NSR triggers.
Edhammer, March 14, 2020 10:21am EST
That's what I thought. Before my ablation I would be in afib for awhile until I either converted in my own or with drugs. My afib ffirb the last several months I believe was prednisone induced. I have been tapering off, but the conversion didn't relate to any reduction in the dosage.
Thars why I'm asking here.