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having an ablation done
I'm having an ablation done the last week of June. My cardio teams says it is necessary to correct to vfibs, which are constant now. Followed by dizziness and short breath. I am very active. Always outside. Either on one of my tractors or in the pool when I get a day off, which this time of year is rare. I get so mad that I am not me anymore.
DolphinWrite, June 8, 2019 2:40pm EST
This is a process. We hear you. Like many things, this requires learning and adjustments. With time, you'll know more about yourself and get back to a more active life. All the best.
AHAASAKatie, June 10, 2019 8:31am EST
Good morning, Thank you so much for sharing what is happening in your world with us. I can share the information we have on cardiac ablations with you. We also have a section for our Afib survivors if this is the reason for your ablation. I knot ablations are talked about in those community forums quite frequently. Please let us know how we can support you during this time. Best Katie
NewPacer73, June 20, 2019 1:55pm EST
Had an ablation at Mayo Clinic in 2011 and it worked. I hope you have the same result. It's like a new lease on life. Keep us updated!