I am new to this group. I am 25 years old and was diagnosed with A-Fib when I was 10 years old. I had no previous flutters/issues until I woke up when I was 10 in the middle of the night with my heart beat at 200 and beating irregular. I did not have another episode for another 5 years when I was 15. I have flutters on a daily basis (some days more then others) but they last for a few seconds at most and I go back into normal rhythm. Every 2-3 years I have an episode where I stay in AFib and I am cardioverted. Unlike some I know when I am in it and my heart rate usually jumps to 150-200 and is out of rhythm. I go to the hospital and they cardiovert me as I had an allergic reaction to a drug that they tried to use to chemically convert me when I was younger. In talking with my doctors it does not occur enough to have an ablation at this point and the only medicine I take is a small dosage of blood pressure medicine. I was extremely active through my A-Fib and was able to play college football at the Division-1 collegiate level. I wanted to reach out and see if any others have had similar experiences at such a young age and anything they might do to help control it as well as tips to help control it.