Hi All. On Monday I had a second ablation which was meant to be a cryo ablation with one EP but just before I was taken down for the procedure another EP appeared to say that she would be doing the ablation by the burning method again, although different to the last one I had. As I had got this far only a month ago, when the whole procedure was cancelled due to a faulty machine, I decided to "go for it", and not go back on a waiting list for a cryo. There was one complication towards the end of the op when I started to get bright lights before my eyes whilst on the table. Fortunately it was near the end of the op so the EP continued. I had a splitting headache for hours afterwards but felt fine when I returned home yesterday. This morning I had the same dancing lights before my eyes, followed by a severe headache. I am wondering if it is a form of migraine. Anyone else experienced the same. On a positive note my heart is coping well.
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