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Wish me luck as you wave me goodbye Cheerio, here I go, on my way!

Finally, after what has seemed like an eternity, my ablation date has arrived....7.30am tomorrow morning will find me in Papworth!

I will have ablations for flutter and fibrillation.

I took quite a while to decide to go ahead with the ablations as I was coping quite well with 'episodes' - and I find the thought of the actual procedure and the possible risks and after effects quite daunting - especially as I live alone.

However so many of you on here have posted positive messages after your own ablations that I am now confident that I have made the right decision for my long term health and chance of a drug free future.

So thank you all very much for the support you offer to all of us, and thank goodness for the AFA!

Kind regards,

Angie.

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Good luck! You will be fine, Take it easy afterwards and relax.

Keep us posted, (Virtual hugs to you!!)

Wendi xx

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Best of luck with the procedure - keep us posted 😀

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Good luck Angie.

Love your heading, was going to add some words from the same song, but then thought they weren't quite appropriate.

Let us know how it all goes.

Jean x

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good luck to you !

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Good luck!!!

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Good luck! I hope all goes well for you.

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Relax and enjoy. Well done for going ahead, you wont regret it.

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Wishing you a successful ablation and easy recovery. Remember to be very kind and gentle with yourself as you recover. No matter what they call it, it is still heart surgery. Be your healthiest self with your improved heart!

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You will be fine and remember not to expect too much too soon. I was fine with the actual procedure and no after effects around entry point or GA but it took 5 months for my heart to heal/settle down. I thought it had failed but here I am two years later - no AF and no meds except anticoagulant. So glad I had it done as life is 100% better without AF.

So good luck 🍀 for tomorrow. Marie

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My best wishes

Barry

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7.30 is a good early start! The day will fly by. All the best!

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Hello, I hope all goes well with your ablation. I had my ablation on Thursday the 5th of November and up to now feel really well post op'. I know it is early days but it is wonderful to have a regular pulse.

Good luck!! it will be all over in a nanno second and hopefully will give you a better quality of life.

Virtual hug.

Phyl

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Good to hear this Phyl. You got there in the end!

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Rellim, how lovely that you remembered, thank you.

Phyl

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Very best wishes and I look forward to reading your future posts on the experience! (mine was this week but it's cancelled, so I'm envious!)

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Thank you everyone for your support, will let you know how it goes as soon as I am up and about!

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The right decision. Good luck Angie!

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Good luck today Angie. Hope it all goes well for you. Heather

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Good luck hope it's going well keep me posted really meet up (thinking of you)

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Over four months now and my best ever decision. Hope all goes well for you and I know others have said it but rest afterwards is important.

Peter

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Good luck Angie. Keep us posted on how you are. Rest and relax when you get home.. Anne x

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Bless you. It's taken me a long time to agree to having it done too so really understand the fear.

Wishing you well very soon and AF free. Denise

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