Hi there - I’m told I have a rare kind of afib where my atria is ‘impressively irritable’. In other words despite 2 ablations one on 2017 and another in 2019 my adobos/ectopics/tachycardia is fired from the wall of the atria itself rather than the pulmonary veins which have been tightly isolated. I’m stuck at the moment on 12.5mg of Atenolol and I don’t seem able to get off of it - with constant ectopics if I do. Not sure really what to do and cardiologist/EP not very helpful. I’ve tried cutting out alcohol- no change, cutting sugar - no change, cutting out salt - no change. I’m told to exercise and I walk for 45mins a day and am doing 30 minutes aerobic excercise - but this is usually followed by runs of atrial ectopics which are very symptomatic and make me very dizzy and lethargic. Has anyone been able to overcome this? Thanks in advance - looking for a little hope.