after 20 years of going to the doctor's and being diagnosed with all sorts of things including depression and stress I finally collapsed and they diagnosed a complicated cardiac arrhythmia. the arrhythmia is caused by faulty electrics in both a ventricle and an atrial chamber resulting in random sudden very fast rhythms followed by very slow pulse rate leaving me 'wobbly', exhausted, weak with headaches. this occurs most days. I have actually had 3 attempted ablations with very limited success and am awaiting another 'double ablation' which has just been cancelled after waiting 16 weeks. I have been on various medications which have all failed to control the condition. I am considered a low priority because it is 'not life threatening' - it may well be but it is very life disrupting!
Is this typical treatment? Has anybody else faced this problems of it not being taken seriously?