Fit 60 year old with no heart condition diagnosed with AFIB in Dec 2015 (I've posted to this site before). Ended up in ER and was cardioverted 3 times my first week. Was put on cardizem, Flecainide and Pradaxa. Flecainide dose was increased following continued AFIB activity. Following a month break from any AFIB event, AFIB came roaring back in early February resulting in another ER visit. Was referred by my cardiologist to an EP who recommended a Cryo Ablation. Due to an unexpected opening, I was able to have the procedure performed on 11 March, 2016 (a little over 2 weeks ago). The procedure went smoothly without incident. After being event free the first 10 days, I began to have daily AFIB events over the last 5 days, some lasting only 10 minutes while others lasting several hours. However, while all of the events had an irregular rhythm, none had an unusually fast heart beat, and all resolved on their own with no further medical intervention. I recognize that AFIB post ablation can occur due to the heart's healing process from the trauma of the procedure and that you need to give it a full three months to assess the success or failure. That being said, I am surprised by the daily events early on and was wondering if anyone else experienced this level of AFIB activity post ablation (that ultimately had a successful outcome after 3 months with no further or limited AFIB activity). I am awaiting an email response from my EP, but was curious if any of my fellow AFIBers have experienced with this. Should I be concerned, or is this part of the healing process?