Well the cardioversion went well, in fact I'm back in NSR, which considering I think it's been 5 years since I was in NSR is pretty dramatic.
Of course this is probably because of the Amiodarone taken for the last two months prior to the CV, and it's unlikely a) to stick, or b) for me to be able to stay on Amiodarine long term IF that is the only way to keep me in NSR
So how do I feel? well elated but tired which is probably how most people feel after a successful CV, although not yet any different to being in persistent AF as I was this morning for example. Still a little sore where the pads were, but that will go by tomorrow as I know.
I have to say coming round from the general I couldn't take my eyes off the monitor, I kept saying "I've got a p wave, I'm in sinus" which apparently I repeated half a dozen times at least.
The plan is to see how different I feel being in NSR as opposed to peristent and then to make a decision about the next steps with my EP when we have done so.
Let's hope I stay in NSR for at least a few weeks, but probably the only way I will know is by using the Alivecor morning and evening to check so here's hoping.