Will it work (part two) yes it did!!!

Thanks for everyone for replying to my previous post "will it work" well the answer is Yes it did with the one attempt. I am back home and have been told not to do much for 24hrs. I feel ok if slightly "slow" it is nice being in NSR and funnily enough I don't feel a lot different than I did in AF. Only time time will tell how long it will last. I have been told to continue with my Apixiban and Bisoprosol. Thanks to everyone for taking the time to reply. Cheers Roy

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  • Good to hear it went well Roy and long may it continue to do so.

    Jean

  • What cheering news! As Jean says, long may it last.

  • That's great news, Roy, and even though you don't notice much difference your heart will. I hope you have lots more good days now.

  • Good news Roy, I had lone persistent AF (not sure how long) and my CV lasted 8 months. AF returned for around 24/36 hours before reverting back, with no intervention, into NSR for another 5 months. With the help of Flecainide, I then remained in NSR for several months prior to my ablation. I did notice the difference which is why I opted for the ablation, but as I understand it, it's an important indicator for the medics to see that you have gone back into NSR so long may it continue......all the best, John

  • Good to hear Roy! I usually felt a little bit fragile after a cardioversion. Nearly 7 months since my last one so fingers crossed. They can last quite a long time if supported with meds.

    Sandra

  • Thanks to everyone for their replys and good wishes. It does feel good to be in NSR and strangley I have never been in NSR in this house we moved to last year lol. Strange what goes through your head. Take care everyone. Roy

  • Excellent, well done, enjoy.

  • I had a cv when I had my defibrillator fitted 2 weeks ago n still in nsr 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

  • HI W,

    Was it an ICD you had fitted?

  • No just a CV that sadly only held for 11hrs

  • Yea icd

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