Hi all,just got home from hospital a couple hours ago. Everything went well, EP was very happy with procedure. I was in afib when I showed up, had been for three days so he didn't have to get it started. Afib stopped during ablation and they gave me some type of super adrenaline to see if I would go back into afib and I didn't. Also had atrial flutter ablated with heat. He said that usually takes only 15 minutes but it took 1 hour due to a ridge in my hearts structure. Didn't realize how different people's heart structure can be. Except for some PVC's which I had before diagnosed with afib I've been in NSR. Knew I'd still have them. Pulse is about 20 bmp faster than before ablation,mid 80's. About what i expected.Definitely having some headaches which I typically never have so hope don't last to long. Groin incisions clotted great, had zero bleeding. Throat a little sore and mild chest pain, again about what I expected. Have the rest of this week off and all of next week also to take it easy and rest up. Will miss my walking, 3-4 miles a day but EP said should be able to resume in about 2 weeks. Think I'll give it a little longer than that just to be on safe side. Think a lot of EP's underestimate recovery time from what I've read. Not sure why,you'd think it would be the other way around. They did do an EEG before ablation witch I was a little worried about but I was sedated so didn't feel or remember anything about it. I know it's still early but all in all pretty happy with deciding to get it done. Hoping to be one of those "should have done this sooner " people. Thanks again to everyone for the support, really appreciate it. I'll keep you updated as to how I'm doing. Have more history to tell that I'll get to soon. Pretty tired, never sleep well in hospital. Talk to you soon, Shaun.