Thankfully my boyfriends second doctor at his GPs surgery as listened to the cardiologists report to leave boyfriend on 7.5mg Bisoperol and not increase it to 10mgs as another GPinsisted on doing which at that dose my boyfriend sleeps 18 hours a day.
However if my boyfriends BP rises the new GP will increase the Bisoperol to 10mg whatever the consultant advises why is it the Gps seem insistent on doing this why can't they increase the Amlodopine he takes instead at 5mg.
Does any-one know whether the cardilogist might consider mitral valve surgery and if so at what point might they consider it and does any-one know whether ablation as been done at the same time as mitral valve surgery? If mitral valve surgery is taken place might the AFib become more controlled.The AFib still affects my boyfriend even on maximum dose Bisoperol and he cannot take Amiordarone due to adverse side effects he had while taking it.
Thank you for your replies,