I'm now almost 4 months post my second ablation. The good news is the there is no sign of AFIB returning, confirmed by a recent 24 hour monitor. While I've been taken off Flecainide, I still take metropolol for a still relatively high heart resting rate. However, About two months ago, seemingly out of nowhere, I started to experience an increase in ectopics that have sometimes been so sever that they require me to rest and stay off my feet until they subside. Additionally, I have this odd feeling inside of me in which my heart is jumpy or nervous feeling, kind of swirling around (like the feeling one gets when speaking in front of a large group), mostly when I am lying down, or attempting to go to sleep or when waking up from sleep, but sometimes when merely sitting. This feeling is separate from the ectopic heart beats and don't necessarily occur at the same time. It could be anxiety which is often associated with arrhythmia, but I didn't experience any of this feeling for the first two months after my ablation when I was feeling great. It came on very suddenly and has lingered which makes me wonder if it may be something other than anxiety or merely my heart deciding to be angry for a little while longer. My EP says he hasn't seen a recent case like this in which the AFIB is controlled, but these other symptoms persist. He still feels that things will calm down over time but it hasn't been fun. I'm continuing to exercise as recommended by my EP but at a reduced level until I feel better. Any thoughts or similar experiences?