Wound up with permanent AF at the beginning of June - possibly caused by over exercise and alcohol over one weekend. After positive words from the doctor saying "let's get it sorted as soon as possible" I find myself at the end of the minimum 4 weeks of just Pradaxa (nothing else), with no communications from the doctor of hospital. On finally getting through to the doctors secretary, she indicated I may have the cardioversion in September as there's a waiting list at West Suffolk Hospital.
Being under the impression the longer it's left the less chance you have of fixing it - should I be concerned, or even ask to be transferred?
Current resting beat about 70-80
Given up all sports as still a bit dizzy walking up stairs