I am still recovering from my second ablation in four months. 7 weeks on the heart is settling but still tired and lacking energy.
The readings I get using the cardia seem to flip about. First reading may show' possible AF' but retaking the reading then shows 'unclassified'.
I found this website run by Travis Van Slooten which did a review of the Kardia:
living with artialfibrillation/1961/alivecor
It suggested the following explanation: inaccurate or misleading filter.
'The AliveCor app is able to indicate if you’re in afib or not because of a filter. This filter is based on an algorithm. Unfortunately, algorithms aren’t perfect. As a result, there are times where the filter will indicate “possible afib” when you’re not in afib at all. If you’re not in afib but your ECG isn’t normal either, the filter will indicate “Unclassified.” Both scenarios aren’t ideal as it can cause a lot of stress and anxiety for an afibber:)'
If repeating the ECG immediately shows a different result from 'possible AF' then you are probably not in in AF.
I found this helpful because my ECGs are all over the place with lots of PVCs and PACs. I know that the scar tissue is still forming after the ablation, so hopefully my heart will settle.