I am at the 13 week mark since my ablation. I had PAF and never had SVT. My resting heart rate was in the mid to upper 40's. With my fitbit I have a record of my heartrate for the past two years. So I did a chart of 90 days "pre-ablation" and 90days post ablation. I had AF 17 times in the three months prior to ablation. I averaged about 45 hours in AF each time. I ranged anywhere from 1 - 6-1/2 days in NSR between. My post ablation (90 days) I was in AF 9 times for an average of 19 hours in AF each time with longest NSR at 28 days between 30 & 60 days. AF 5 x first 30 days, 1 x second 30 days and 3 x last 30 days. Has anyone had similar experience where there is continued improvement. My resting heart rate now is mid to upper 50's. My AF symptoms are not nearly as severe and sometimes without the fitbit I wouldn't know I was in AF. Also going from nearly 2 days per episode to just over 1/2 days is a huge improvement. Previously would have to convert with exercise. Since ablation I self convert. I was so encouraged by the 28 day run. Had not had anything like that in the past 15 years or so. Since that run I've had 2 AF episodes totaling 29 hours combined out of the last 21 days. Can I expect more improvement or is this where I'll be at going forward? Seems like most people here have SVT's which I believe to be a related but different animal! I believe mine was vagal type. I did have etopics in the middle of the 90 days and some the days leading up to AF episode but definitely subsiding. Almost seems like a throwback to my experiences 30 years ago when this all began. I read someone saying that their EP said an ablation was like turning back the clock.