It's now 5 days since I had my ablation last Wednesday. It was carried out under sedation and I've no idea why it took 6hrs instead of the 3hrs I was told beforehand. I think I've read on here about others having 6hr ones too. They looked in my left atria first and checked work they had done two years ago and found that o.k, so moved on to the right . My EP kept saying to me we're doing really well here. I also had two cardioversions as they carried out the op. Another person was booked for the same procedure after me and had it cancelled - must have been so disappointing for them to be sent home!
Does anyone know why they put a tube into the chest when it's done?
I've lost my lethargy for the first time today and ventured out, lured by lunch at a favourite vicarage garden nursery in a small village. Mind you I still needed my afternoon nap!