This might sound stupid, but its been worrying me, wondering if any one knows. I'm very lucky, my Paryox AF is very stable and not causing me much trouble at all. So far only alcohol seems to set it off. I found out last week that in many cases the condition gets worse. Often turning into permanent AF. I'm just wondering how this can be? I'm stable and on Bisoprolol and Pradaxa, so my hearts in the right rhythm and my blood cant clot, so how can it get worse? I had one massive attack last Sept and am doing really well, just the odd blip after drinking more than 2 glasses of wine, so I don't do that anymore. What happens to our hearts even tho theyre protected with meds? Hope its not too silly to ask this. I'm just still in shock about it all.