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Successful Flutter Ablation

I’m just waiting to be discharged following a successful ablation at the temporary cath lab at Rugby St Cross hospital

A marvellous team there

I did have doubts prior to today. Not worried about the procedure, but being in a worse state than when I arrived

Well I can testify to being in a good rhythm at the moment and fingers crossed for the days, weeeks, months, years to come

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Sounds good and I certainly hope you stay in rhythm. Best wishes,

Jean

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Well done, so pleased for you, you must be thrilled. Please rest now even when you feel stronger be gentle with yourself as tempting as it might be to crack on with life. Gently does it. Enjoy a good outcome.

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Well done. Now take it easy and let your body recover slowly.

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Congratulations, you are probably the first person here to have had an ablation in a Portakabln. All sounds very good, take it easy and keep us posted on progress.....

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Well done- keep us posted- rest a lot and good luck!

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Very pleased for you. All the best for coming weeks.

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Glad all went well, make sure you now rest. You may get a few ups and downs over the next few weeks but that is normal. I had a flutter ablation 3 and a half months ago. I'd sometimes feel like my heart was getting faster then it would slow back down, I did panic at about 6 weeks when my kardia gave me quite a few readings of possible AF. I e-mailed copies of ecg to arrhythmia nurse and she said it was ectopics and no signs of AF or flutter and it was pretty normal to get them. I'm now back exercising, very slowly and light and ok. Found the best thing was walking. Hope all continues to go well for you.

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Glad you had good experience.I may be having my double ablation do n e there,patient of Dr Osman,Walsgrave.Good to see positive post!

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