Ganglia ablation in Vagally-Mediated AFIB

Hello,

I had Vagally-Mediated AFIB every 10 days or so. Each episode was triggered by onset of stomach indigestion (I have functional dyspepsia). I had PVI ablation last week which I hope will help me become free of AFIB. It is too soon to tell if procedure worked. Did anyone here had PVI ablation along with Ganglia ablation to address Vagally-Mediated AFIB? Was it successful?

Thank you

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  • Hello giitus....(how do you folks come up these nicknames!!)

    I'm not able to help with your question, but I'm sure that there will be others that can....hope the ablation goes well for you and I'm sure you know it's best to do nothing for the first week, and not much more for the second.....

    Just in case your wondering, FlapJack is the pet name for our motorhome....it was the onlt way I could remember the reg. no!!.....best wishes......

  • This is Dr Sabine Ernst' research at the BROMPTON AND SOMEONE POSTED THEU HAD HAD THIS RECENTLY- I WAS OFFERED IT BUT HAVE FOUND OTHER THINGS TO HAVE WORKED- CORRECTING POTASSIUM AND MAGNESIUM LEVELS- but I wasn't having frequent episodes like you

    Hope all goes well for you

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