My husband was diagnosed with AF last September and put on Meds, when we saw a consultant he said he must have an ablation as he had a couple of blips where he had not felt well as in hot and sweaty, felt he may pass out one time. But,since early November he has felt totally fine. Playing golf, a few glasses of wine which didn't have any effect, living life normally in fact.
Today his letter came to arrange an admission. You gave to confirm by phone but of course can't get through to anyone. We both feel why would you go for a procedure if you feel fine but I expect its best to get the Consultant to agree that.
We have had issues getting travel insurance for example so would need to discuss further. The chances of discussion are almost nil via NHS aren't they.?
The Consultant can be found online in many private hospitals in our area..Surrey.
Would you pay to go and ask further questions?