Well it’s gone well for me today and I pray it keeps going 🙏🏼 hospital and EP are very happy with me at the moment and have told me to stop the warfarin as of today. They said I am in the low range of the Chad score and to carry on with my lifestyle I am doing now . If AF does return in the future they will address it, I am a bit nervous about coming off my little safety umbrella ☂ but they said there has been no sign of any problems since my first and only run I had of a fast PAF in 2016 . We no I had nothing before this because I am symptomatic and feel every thing and had the loop in for 3 years before that episode. Did the other rhythms SVT , SVES, over the years flip me into one episode of it ? Who knows 🤷🏼♀️ but I will try and enjoy my time off it for the moment. I was reassured that going so long with no AF and being on warfarin was better off the warfarin as the risk of bleeding. I also found a lot more out about apixaban and the new ones if I do have to go back on them in the future. I have got to learn to stop panicking about this because I felt like I was in that place of do I risk a bleed or a stroke situation but that has now been taken away from me , what is meant to be will be but for now I will try and live a healthy lifestyle as best I can and try calm down my anxiety issues. My EP mr Stafford is probably one of the most skilled EPs going , and would definitely recommend him to anyone who is going to have an ablation procedure. If I need another in the future I will go to him again 🙏🏼
Back from my check up 😁👍🏼: Well it’s gone... - AF Association
Good news Sam. Now hopefully you can put it all behind you.
As you might remember I had my last ablation a week before yours was done.
I too am pretty stable but have to still take Warfarin and Flecainide a small price to pay I think.
It seems the planets were all in alignment for us last August.
Another positive step by someone with a brave ablation under their belt, can't wait to have mine done, best of luck Sam x