Hi, Lizty back again. Had a successful ablation a year and a half ago, and life improved immensely. However, I have had the occasional scare since then, so bought a Kardia Alivecor to keep a check on things. My EP supported me in this. So after a couple of short but funny turns last year, I tracked a bad one in November. I didn't really need the Kardia to tell me I might have been in Afib, as my cheek and shoulder always hurt during an attack and I can feel my pulse go crazy. Fortunately it only lasted about 30 minutes and the reading was 'possible afib' Well, today was my annual check up and when my EP saw my Kardia ECG, he said that yes, I had been in afib. We agree that as I am only having occasional attacks, that we will see how it goes. Has anyone else had the same experience? I am hoping that I can live with occasional short attacks, but hope they don't get worse again. Obviously! I will see my EP again in six months. Meanwhile I am back at the gym but taking exercise very slowly. I think if I can get a bit fitter, it might help my muscles take the pressure off my heart!