Hi all my apologies for not updating you sooner about my ablation as there was no internet connection. All went well but I did pick up an enemy in the anaesthetic which did not agree with me, but I can live with that. On admission I was treated very well and all I remember about the procedure was walking to the theatre sitting on the bed and asked to lie down. The team worked very quickly, I suspect to reduce the stress, and the next thing I remember I awoke being taken back to the ward. Back now and rest is of the order to get rid of the effects of the anaesthetics. I also have slight chest pain but that is expected. The surgeon did explain that when they entered my heart I went into AF which allowed them to ablate the AF away. He said he had to do more ablation than expected which was symptomatic of the increased AF I was getting. So all good so far next few months will tell. Thanks for all the support from you guys it certainly helped me through to here.