Just received copy of letter from EP to GP. Suggests I try Dronedarone but wants GP to monitor my TSH and my liver function. I have virtually decided to go into permanent AF which hopefully will stop them looking too closely at my TSH which is usually about 0.05.
I can see the monitoring is a condition of taking the drug but why TSH? Medichecks have received my thyroid blood test this morning so hopefully can put up a smoke screen. Cardiologist said no correlation between low TSH and AFib