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Ablation for atrial flutter

Ablation for atrial flutter

I'm just out the Golden jubilie hospital Scotland after having ablation for my atrial flutter and I can honestly say I've had far worse dentist treatment and that's no joking!

Fingers crossed it helps me

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Just as I have been saying for years! Well done and fingers crossed for you. Take it easy for a while.

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Cheers brother Bob

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Thank you for an excellent post.

For me the biggest problems with the ablation were organising the travel arrangements and the fact that they were gaining access via my groin. I am sure that I would have been less alarmed if they were going in through the chest wall or wrist.

As Bob said canal root treatment is worse, and the half hour I had with the dental hygienist yesterday wasn't much fun - but at least I got to drive myself home.

Now get plenty of rest to allow the burns in your heart to heal.

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Cheers jennydog

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Great stuff Kaiser. Hope it works out really well, mine did. Like you said, I thought the procedure was a non-event, in fact after half a day of being groggy, I felt fantastic. Went round thanking all the nurses, so embarrassing when the drugs wore off :-/

Koll

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Cheers Koll

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Good to hear that you found the procedure to be no problem. I agree wholeheartedly. Will keep my fingers crossed that you are cured.

Jean

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Thanks x

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Thats good to hear - take it easy now!

Heather

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Cheers heather

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Hi Kaiser78,

Great news, hopefully all your problems (AF included) are now behind you. Fingers crossed.

Best Wishes

Barry

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Thanks Baz

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Good to hear as I am in the waiting Q. Well done that man. Onwards and upwards!

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Thank you

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This is such an uplifting post, I can imagine it not only puts my mind at rest but many other members as well, thanks very much for posting Kaiser78. I wish you all the best in your recovery, stay healthy....

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Honestly travelbug it was over in no time, I hardly felt a thing, and I got out the same day

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Hope everything goes well for you. I've not needed anything but 2.5mg bisoporol so don't know what you're going through just now.

All the best.

WATP

Willie

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Cheers Willie, oh and we are the people 👍🏼

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Good luck bro, hope u stay nsr, i had my ablation for afib 9 days ago,take it easy though bro, your probably still a bit high from the drugs, i couldnt go for a poo till a week later too lol. Enjoy being spoilt by those lovely nurses fella ;-)

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Cheers mate, I've had 3 for af, this was my first for atrial flutter, Oh I'm off till 4th January so I plan to relax 👍🏼

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Great news Kaiser. To be honest, when I saw your hair, I thought that you'd had Cardioversion!..........OK, I'll fetch my coat.....

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Morning hair mate lol thanks 👍🏼

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Hopefully I will be heading for the Golden Jubilee in the new year...hope it goes as well as yours...All the best..

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Same as me, no regrets at all, I've just taken off my third holter check up after my ablation in July.

I've been in sinus 99.99% of the time since which feels great, I get a few ectopic beats, I still fell I have Afib but that it's finally under control.

I'd have another tomorrow if needed

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Luv the photo. Kaiser ...

Phil

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Well done hope all now stays calm. Take it easy and give it time before diving off for more excercise, I know what you men are like 😑

Brenda

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Well done Kaiser keep the good work up but do listen to all the good advise given on this forum.

Phyl.

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Brilliant! The Golden Jub is 10 mins from my house - that's where I'll be going when my time comes! Hope you keep well. Patricia.

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