Not posted for quite some time now but do read the posts and replies.
I was diagnosed with permanent AF at 46, I'm 50 next. I only got to see a cardiologist about two months ago after been cardio verted two years ago, I jumped out again last September.
I don't get any symptoms apart from the mental effect which is the big battle.
Anyway, after seeing the cardiologist he has said that they are going to take no further action and leave me in AF and to live with it.
Not too happy about this if im honest
When I asked why, he said that if they cardio verted me I would, just most likely jump out again, and because my quality of life (I swim and walk the dogs with no adverse effects) is good he didn't want to do an ablation as it wouldn't improve my quality of life that much??????
I take 3.5 bisoporol and no anticoagulants.
I would like to know people's thoughts on this and from anybody in a similar situation.
Hope the above made sense.
Thanks for reading