Ok so remember I was the most scared person around. Weighing up whether the risk of ablation outweighed the benefits or the benefits outweighed the risks. I was worried if be the statistic the 1 in 100 that dies or has stroke etc. Then I'd been feeling a bit poorly over Xmas and January and had swapped medications about. I was reminded I needed an ablation. With the future choice looking like a life of feeling grotty v possibly something better e I decided to go with ablation. But as I made that decision I had a collapse followed by another. I was alone at home. I called an ambulance and luckily for me with a team of absolute heroes I survived. I had six cardiac shocks and temporary pacing. I went on to have ablation two days later and pacemaker 6 days later. I am back home lying around feeling very lucky. It turns out I hve poss Long QT and I am just so grateful to everyone who helped me. I feel I had a lucky escape. Just reaching out to anyone with long QT for reassurance. I'm now on 5mg beta blocker and blood thinner twice daily. How do you get over fear of it happening again? Any advice? Any knowledge you can share?! Thanks.