I am due to have a second ablation on 12 March and am pretty scared about this as there were complications during the first ablation. (I've mentioned them in previous posts so won't bang on about them now.) I am now in AF about once or twice a week for 12 - 24 hours and feel awful and completely lacking in any energy and very low but when in SR I feel absolutely fine. I also had two stents fitted in 2013 so have coronary artery disease. I am tempted to just live with the PAF. It took me about 15 years to summon up enough courage to have the first ablation and during this period I took every type of medication available to try to stop the AF - none of them helped.
Does anyone know if PAF can permanently damage your heart if you don't go down the ablation route? I am on warfarin.