Hi everyone, I have PAF and had one episode of AF - ended up in A&E where I was diagnosed. I’ve had the off heart flutter for the last 10 years but this is the first time my heart was racing and it was racing for approx 3 days. Since then I only had one episode that lasted 3 hours and another than lasted 10 minutes but no racing again. Still get the off flutter which actually happens a little more More with sleep apnea the odd evening. I’m a 43 female, and generally health is ok apart allergies and also breathing issues which I’m getting investigated, but likely to be asthma. Also suffer from reoccurring bronchitis. So from the PAX perspective it doesn’t seem like a biggie right now, except when I feel a little ofd rarely and feel my pulse and it’s erraric but then settles it’s aelf within minutes. By consultant want to do an ablation as he has asdvised that it will get worse and I’m likely to end up in permanent AF. He’s advised I’m a good candidate right now as and success rates are high for PAF before it becomes worse. It seems odd to get this procedure done when I haven’t had the racing heart again and I seem pretty normal. What are your thoughts, anyone in the same boat as it seems that my problem is flutters more than anything and are the flutters anything to be concerned about enough to get the ablation down? Sorry for the long message, and thank you for your advise!