AS previously reported I went back into AF/Atrial Tachacardia in November 2016 at 17 months post my first successful ablation in 2014. I was disappointed to go back into AF again but realised I would in all probability need a touch up at some point. So again to all of you out there that are considering an ablation it has been the right path for me as I want the quality of life it affords me. Thankfully it's been successful although early days yet. Ironically I have been in NSR (normal rhythm) since the 14 May and only went back into AF/AT on 2 occasions for no more then a few hours at a time. So today before the procedure I said to Mark Earley my EP at Barts that I felt like an imposter! But he thought it best to touch up his previous job. So after discussing gear ratios to get up Mont Ventoux he got on with it and it all went well. Of course I'll know more tomorrow when I see him and update this post. I'll be home hopefully Tuesday and dusting off my X bikes for the next season and the World Masters Champs
ps of course I'll have a 3 month recovery, nothing for 1st week, light walking following weeks and gentle yoga and walking in month two with some soft cycling in month 3. Worked a treat last time and came back better, fitter and stronger.