I mentioned a week or so ago about my son's experience with his gp regarding his af. I thought (mistakenly) he was getting a bit of a raw deal. Actually, I didn't understand about the timing of a cardioversion, but the hospital staff were right on the button. Today he saw his gp again, and has been referred to the cardiologist for the possibility of a catheter ablation!
I'm not sure of the timing here, but he seems quite happy about it. He just checked in with me that it wouldn't kill him, and now refuses to talk about it at all.
This is not unusual for my son who has adhd, and all that entails! I'm astonished once again, but mostly because he's so chirpy about it, but also that it has progressed to a stage where he actually needs an ablation. His progress through the system is astonishingly fast.
I suspect he is in persistent af, rather than my kind, which is paroxysmal. It's like getting blood out of a stone, trying to get details and relevant info from him.
I know this isn't about me, and I hope I'm not too far off topic.