Got diagnosed with AF a couple of months ago (33 m) - largely attributed to genetics, stress, and the appalling way I handle stress. Was prescribed bosiprolol, and told cardioversion was likely.
Went into hospital for a couple of weeks ago for an Echocardiogram, which had a normal heartbeat. Thought I was more or less in the clear, but had another echocardiogram appointment booked immediately followed by an appointment in cardiology. No context was given, so no idea whether I'll be getting shocked or not.
Heartbeat has been stable for a while. Although I can 'feel' it, I feel a regular beat, and attribute the fact that I keep noticing my heartbeat to anxiety, not AF. Whenever I check it, the heartbeat seems regular. Have no noticable effects of AF, ie. no shortness of breath, lightheadedness, etc.
Questions are: how likely are they to shock me if it's a regular beat, and what should I be preparing myself for?