I had my ablation last October and one thing that stands out from that was after the operation they tested my blood sugar and asked me if I was diabetic. No I said why, they informed me that my level was 24. I asked the Professor and he said that the operation was probably the cause of the rise. So I left it.
8 months down the track, I have had several admittances to hospital with out of control AF (my first initial thought was the ablation did not work), however after the last visit the girls at the A@E started doing blood sugar and glucose, I was informed that my level was 14 and there was glucose in my urine.
My question, is it feasible for the out of control blood sugar levels be the culprit for the AF episodes and severe headaches I am experiencing. I am due to go back into hospital in August for the 2nd ablation, however I feel that my problems stem from the fact that I AM diabetic.
Yes I know I sound like I am looking for excuses not to have number 2, but if there is a chance I am right then I fix one problem the other will go away.
Thank you in advance